Zandra Rhodes | Designer People
In this excerpt of Designer People, host and designer Amy Devers showcases the work and personality of the legendary fashion designer Zandra Rhodes. Zandra Rhodes has designed clothes since the late 60s when she first set up a modest shop in London. Her garments rose to prominence and defined England’s fashion scene in the 70s, a time when British punk rock attitudes dominated. Zandra’s clothing exemplified that attitude – bold, bright and defiant. Since the 70s, Rhodes has gone on to design for Princess Diana, the Olsen Twins, and the ladies of Sex and the City.
Behind the Scenes Peek into Zandra Rhodes’ Studio:
I interviewed Zandra in both London and San Diego. She’s a lovely and lively spirit. I sorta fell in love with her instantly. Her attitude is inspiring and her punk rock ethos really resonates with me. I was fortunate enough to snap a few photos of her being her in her So Cal studio. Here’s a glimpse of a few moments in the life of an icon…
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Designer People showcases the world’s leading artists in architectural design, communication design, industrial design, interior design, and fashion. Each episode focuses on on the creative insight of an acclaimed designer whose work shapes our lives and our surroundings.