‘Rajputana’ coat as featured in the pages of British Vogue, November 1970. Modelled by Maudie James, photographed by Barry Lategan. Posted 15 March 2012 by Claire Regnault & filed under . 2 Responses Andrew Whittle April 7th, 2012 Just happened on your blog. This is the Andrew Whittle who painted the wedding dress replying. I can’t believe I painted all those dresses now, each one would take nearly a month of working from Dawn to dusk! But they did look amazing when finished and quite a few were photographed for Vogue. I think there is one in the Vogue book of Fashion in the 20 th century, floor length cloak completely covered in wild flowers… Andrew Reply Claire Regnault April 10th, 2012 Hi Andrew Lovely to hear from you! The coat has been very popular, and I have to say if I could have my pick from the show for my personal wardrobe, Rajputana would be it. Thank you for the additional information – the painting process was even more labour intensive than imagined, but the overall effect well worth it. How many coats were in the collection? All the best Claire Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Mail (required) (will not be published) Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email.