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Randolph Duke’s design background began in swimwear on the West Coast. Following stints at Jantzen and Anne Cole, he came east and developed a sportswear line under his own name, from 1987 to 1992, and again in 1993 to 1995. In the late 1990s he did a line, Style System by Randolph Duke, for TV retailer QVC.
He returned to swimwear at Gottex and more recently became a design consultant at Henri Bendel. In the late 1990s he resurrected the house of Halston in New York. He also has a line of clothing for HSN and he is currently designing and showing under his name, Randolph Duke.
Written by ikonicvintage
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from a 1996 QVC dress
from a 2000s blazer