|Collection||Zandra Rhodes Digital Study Collection|
|Designer||Zandra Rhodes (British, born 1940)|
|Fashion Collection Name||Paris, Frills and Button Flowers|
|Style Number Page||16|
|Description||Dress with circular skirt to above the knee; black satin square yoke (front and back) with yellow satin stitching and an appliquéd Button Flower motif; long full sleeves printed in Button Flower with elasticated cuffs; tassel-edged sleeve caps in the Frilly print; dress lined in satin.|
|Place Of Origin||London (designed)|
|Main Fabric||acetate satin|
|Techniques||ornamented, satin stitched, screen printed, appliquéd|
|Textile Print Design Name||Button Flower, Frilly|
|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.
|Colourway||red printed with blue, burgundy, black; and lemon yellow printed with blue, red, black|
|Copyright||© Zandra Rhodes 2012.|
|Notes||This is Butterfly No. 43 in The Art of Zandra Rhodes and is shown photographed flat (Rhodes and Knight, 1984, p. 84).
The construction of the circular skirt is described in the Zandra Rhodes Retrospective fashion show handlist as follows: made up of thirteen complete circles: The first layer consisting of one circle, the second of three circles and the third of nine circles.
|Location||Zandra Rhodes Archives, London, UK|