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Romping aimlessly through the stylish world that was, in order to understand what shapes our aesthetics today. 99% fresh, not reblogged content. All photos scanned with love and given credit where they are due. Affiliate links help fund research and tracking down of hard-to-find tomes and pictures.

Zandra Rhodes’ dining room in 1988 with its deliberately oversize table — “to create a feeling of enclosure,” said the designer — and chandelier portrait by Andrew Logan. The dining room columns were once part of the Rocky Horror Picture Show film set, while the blue-green sculpture on the table is by fellow designer Issey Miyake. Photo from Architectural Digest, September 1988.

Zandra Rhodes’ dining room in 1988 with its deliberately oversize table — “to create a feeling of enclosure,” said the designer — and chandelier portrait by Andrew Logan. The dining room columns were once part of the Rocky Horror Picture Show film set, while the blue-green sculpture on the table is by fellow designer Issey Miyake. Photo from Architectural Digest, September 1988.

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