Item 2016.323 - Alex Bottenberg Sweater

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Alex Bottenberg Sweater


  • 2014 (Creation)

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Pale blue hand knitted cotton jumper with a high round neck. It has two burgundy stripes around the top of the left arm and a large ‘A’ knitted into the front of the jumper. The ‘A’ is in cream purl stitch and it has been outlined in burgundy plain knitting stitch. It has wide rib alternating plain and purl at the neck, cuffs and around the bottom of the jumper. Part of outfit for Bottenberg's graduate collection.

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Samuel Trotman, 'New Denim Design Talent: Alex Bottenberg', WGSN, [accessed 13 August 2018]

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One of three garments that formed one complete catwalk ensemble from Alex Bottenberg’s graduate collection that was shown at the 2014 BA (Hons) Fashion Design graduate fashion show on 22 May 2014 at Ambika P3, University of Westminster, Marylebone.
The ensemble consisted of a cotton check jacket with towelling applique detail on the front and back, a hand-knitted cotton jumper, and dark blue denim trousers.

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D.AB.1b - 2016

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