Stabb, Jo Ann C.
July 2008
Surface Design Journal;Summer2008, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p12
Trade Publication
The article features the works of textile and fashion designer Zandra Rhodes. It relates that Rhode's textile design is characterized with vivid, highly saturated color and hand-drawn patterning. Her screen-printed fabrics with signature squiggles and markings are synonymous with her lively style and deeply embedded in her prolific oeuvre. It mentions that Rhodes is now expanding into theater design with several opera productions, in which she brings her creative vision to the elaborate costumes she has designed for San Diego Opera productions.


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