Item 2018.39 - BodyMap Jersey Jumpsuit

BodyMap Jersey Jumpsuit

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2018.39

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BodyMap Jersey Jumpsuit

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  • Spring Summer 1990 (Creation)

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(1982-1991)

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Cotton jersey jumpsuit with asymmetric printed design. It has shaped navy raglan short sleeves with cuffs and a navy zip. The right side is striped and the left side is plain blue with a navy square patterned patch. It has back darts. The fabric is an engineered stripe cotton Lycra mix designed by David Holah and Stevie Stewart which was manufactured by Ken Moore Ltd in England.
Country of Design: United Kingdom

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Item on loan to "Invisible Men" exhibition , 24 Oct-24 Nov 2019

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Materials: 94% cotton, 6% Lycra
Colour/Print: Navy, blue and white.
Label: Body Map. Made in England. Medium.

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From BodyMap's Life Is.... collection Spring Summer 1990

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Invisible Men exhibition label:

JERSEY JUMPSUIT
BodyMap
1990

BodyMap’s highly influential use of print and sportswear fabrics made them the hottest London designers during the 1980s. This cotton jersey jumpsuit features an asymmetric printed design, raglan sleeves and a centre front zip.

Cotton jersey
Archive no. 2018.39

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