The Art of Zandra Rhodes
Square 4to. Blue cloth boards with debossed design to upper board and gilt lettering to spine. Inscribed “To Carol” and SIGNED and dated (27 November 84) by the artist. Written with the same pen is another inscription: “For dear Carol, my new/old friend who came to dinner on the Zandra night. Love Tom [?].” In fine dust jacket, a little sunned to spine. Lavishly illustrated with examples (many full-page) of Rhodes’ work. First edition. *** Dame Zandra Rhodes is an English fashion and textiles designer and founder of the Fashion and Textile Museum in London. Rhodes was one of the new wave of British designers who put London at the forefront of the international fashion scene in the 1970s. Her creations have been worn by numerous celebrities and entertainers, from Princess Diana to Freddy Mercury and Brian May from Queen.
|Publisher||Jonathan Cape Ltd|
|Signature Type||Inscribed by Author(s)|