Zandra Rhodes is a British fashion designer who studied printed textile design at the Royal College of Art and opened her own fashion boutique on London's Fulham Road in the 1960's with Sylvia Ayton. Sporting pink or green dyed hair and theatrical make up, she is renowned for her dramatic, extrovert but feminine style. In the 1970's her work formed part of the new wave of British designers that made London pivotal in the international fashion scene. Notable clients include Freddy Mercury and Diana, Princess of Wales. She received a CBE from the queen in 1997 and founded the Fashion and Textile Museum, London in 2003.