Sometimes, you can glimpse an artist’s entire aesthetic in the flash of a single line. That’s true of Zandra Rhodes, the maverick, pink-haired British fashion designer who launched her first solo collection in 1969. It’s there in the lightning-bolt swerve of the first letter in her signature. And it’s there every step of the way through “Zandra Rhodes — A Lifelong Love Affair With Textiles,” now up at the Sandra and David Bakalar Gallery at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
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