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Rhodes went to schools where red, white and blue were the colors. But she was never a fan of sports gear, so she designed this scarf ($96) as a stylish way to cheer on her teams.
This skirt ($146) is inspired by the summer and fall festivals around Chicago. Try wearing it to the Renegade Craft Fair in September.
This scarf ($96) was inspired by Chicago’s morning light--the soft, filtered look before the sun comes up and breaks the spell.
This scarf ($96) is all about the West Coast. Think: water, movement and waves.
This scarf ($78) was inspired by her last trip to the vineyards in the south of France, where she stayed in an old castle and watched the sun set each night over a picturesque river.
The endless rows of crops and tall stalks of corn that Rhodes sees outside her studio in rural Effingham, Illinois, are the inspiration for this ?Field of Sunrays? scarf ($96).
It’s more fun to get a compliment on your look when there’s a story behind it--something more interesting than “Thanks! I bought it at the Gap.”
Chicago-based Cortney Rhodes of RHO Silk paints the fabrics for her scarves and clothes at her parents’ farm downstate--and they all tell stories about her life and travels.
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