|Collection||Zandra Rhodes Digital Study Collection|
|Designer||Zandra Rhodes (British, born 1940)|
|Fashion Collection Name||The Knitted Circle|
|Style Number Page||3|
|Description||Evening coat in wool felt, full-length with circular skirt and full long sleeves, lined with acetate satin; the quilted yoke opening is decorated with cords with wooden beads.|
|Place Of Origin||London (designed)|
|Main Fabric||wool felt|
|Additional Fabrics||acetate satin|
|Textile Print Design Name||Knitted Circle, Diamonds and Roses|
|Colourway||yellow printed with red and black; yellow printed with red|
|Credit Line||Mannequin courtesy of Rootstein|
|Exhibition History||Zandra Rhodes Retrospective Collections 1969 - 1999, Paris Fashion Week 2012/13, 29 February 2012.
Zandra Rhodes: A Lifelong Love Affair with Textiles, Fashion and Textile Museum, London, 1 June 2004 - 31 December 2004.
Fashion: an anthology by Cecil Beaton, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 1 January 1972 - 31 December 1972.
|Copyright||© Zandra Rhodes 2012.|
|Notes||This coat was modelled by the actress Natalie Wood (Rhodes and Knight 1984, p. 31) and shown photographed flat (Ibid., p. 32).
A copy worn by the actress Irene Worth is in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London (Museum no. T.356-1974).
Another copy is in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, US (Costume Council Fund, AC1997.90.1).
Another copy of Z23 is in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, US (1973.60.2).
This coat is shown worn by a model towards the end of the film INSIGHT: Zandra Rhodes, directed by Peter Greenaway for the Central Office of Information in 1981.
|Location||Zandra Rhodes Archives, London, UK|