By  on February 15, 2019

LONDON — Fifty years on, and the colors only get brighter and more saturated in the realm of Dame Zandra Rhodes, the designer with magenta hair, bubblegum pink Crocs and a bowl of rose-colored chocolate truffles at her elbow on a dark winter’s afternoon.

Sitting on a pink chair in the penthouse apartment above her studio, Rhodes is surrounded by a kaleidoscope of color, texture and pattern. There are racks of caftans, dresses and scarves done in her bright, nature-inspired abstract patterns, pottery and ceramics from British artists Carol McNicoll and Kate Malone and green plants galore.

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