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Re: Former QVC fashion desgner


@Pearley wrote:

@Nicksmom wrote:

  I remember Randolph Duke being on HSN up until a few years ago.Was he on QVC before then??


Yes, with a line of leather jackets.


Pearley, Randolph's QVC line also included sportswear.  There were dresses and separates, but the big to-do was 5-Easy Pieces.  That was his debut item on QVC around 1994.  It consisted of a jacket, tank, tee, leggings, and skirt and I believe the fabric was a cotton/rayon spandex blend.  The pieces were nice too. The 5-Easy Pieces leggings initiated my love affair with leggings.

 

I think he took the 5-Easy concept to HSN, but the quality of that collection never met my expectations.

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https://images.craigslist.org/00N0N_kZYtJbItNLf_600x450.jpg

 

 


minus the silly neck piece the wrap with jeans is pretty spectacular!

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Re: Former QVC fashion desgner

When I hear the name Randolph Duke I envision Ralph Bellamy!

 

Image result for trading places duke brothers

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http://www.latimes.com/style/la-hm-hotprop14-2009feb14-story.html

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Re: Former QVC fashion desgner

Ralph Bellamy?  Eeeek!

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@KathyPet wrote:

BRadley Bayou was the QVC designer who,did all the leather and suede jackets.  RAndolph Duke was on QVC first with his line of fashions.  HE left QVC for HSN where he introduced his 5. Easy Pieces concept.


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Bradley was the first person to come to mind.  He had some great leather jackets!!