HAVING graced Britain with her quirky designs for over 50 years, Zandra Rhodes will be revealing a new exhibition at London’s Fashion and Textiles Museum in Bermondsey (the museum she herself founded).
Zandra Rhodes: Unseen presents an opportunity to explore the world of the distinctive designer, allowing an up-close-and-personal view of her archive, studio and the creative process which has resulted in pieces being worn across the globe by the likes of Princess Diana and Freddie Mercury.
Combining previous pieces such as those from the 1970′s with lesser-known collections and designs, you can explore her old sketches and follow her creative processes over the last five decades.
The exhibition is also celebrating the 10th birthday of the museum
From the July 12th until August 13th, you will be able to explore one of the most vivid and inspiring British fashion collections and world famous designers.