Jasper Conran

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Jasper Conran in 2004
Jasper Conran (Jasper Alexander Thirlby Conran, born 1959) is a fashion designer.

Jasper Conran's parents, the designer, Sir Terence Conran, and the author, Shirley Conran, divorced when he was two years old. He studied at the Parsons School of Art and Design in New York.

In 1994, he designed the wedding dress of Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones, and has been prominent as a designer in fashion, tableware adn furnishings, as well as costume design for the theatre.

He was listed under "National Treasures" in the Pink List 2010 and "Lifetime Achievement Awards" in the Pink List 2012. The Pink List 2012 citation said:

"The talented son of Sir Terence and Shirley has injected much-needed life into Debenhams' menswear range, and has been appointed chairman of the Conran Shop. Awarded the OBE in 2008 for services to fashion."[1]


  1. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/news/ios-pink-list-2012-lifetime-achievement-awards-8280458.html Independent on Sunday Pink List 2012 Lifetime Achievement Awards