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Jumper

Jumper

  • Place of origin:

    Great Britain (made)

  • Date:

    ca. 1985 (made)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Kidman, Martin (designer)
    Joseph (designed for)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Wool/hand knit

  • Credit Line:

    Given by Martin Kamer

  • Museum number:

    T.90-2009

  • Gallery location:

    In Storage

Joseph Ettedgui founded his Joseph boutique chain in London in 1977. His retailing skills enabled him to build up a group of shops which bring together a selection of innovative contemporary designer fashions alongside his own self-named lines. He created the Joseph Tricot knitwear label as one of several of his own clothing lines. Aimed at a sophisticated clientele, the Tricot line offers wool knits, jumpers and cardigans for both men and women.

This vibrant red jumper with prominent tiger motif is an typical example of the 1980s taste for heavy, strikingly patterned knitwear.

Physical description

Man's fully fashioned wool jumper of red yarn depicting tiger. The tiger's full body is depicted on both the front and back continuing over the neck. The hem and sleeves are edged with flowers.

Place of Origin

Great Britain (made)

Date

ca. 1985 (made)

Artist/maker

Kidman, Martin (designer)
Joseph (designed for)

Materials and Techniques

Wool/hand knit

Marks and inscriptions

'Joseph Tricot / Made in England'
label inside centre back neck

Dimensions

Length: 74 cm, Circumference: 63.5 cm

Descriptive line

M, red wool hand knit jumper depicting tiger and flowers, Joseph Tricot, Britain, ca. 1985

Subjects depicted

Tiger

Categories

Fashion; Textiles; Europeana Fashion Project

Production Type

Ready to wear

Collection

Textiles and Fashion Collection

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