LIZ FREDERICKS garnered international praise during two decades in the fashion industry. Her award winning designs interpret the edgy reality of perimenopause, granting pop culture cache to this once-neglected stage of life. Known for her boundary smashing use of purple, Liz Fredericks redefined active wear for women. Her more recent efforts on the philanthropic scene created a series of flash cards used by the style-challenged members of our society when shopping. Two years ago, en route to her annual spiritual rebirth hike through the Sierra Nevadas, Liz passed through the high deserts of the mountain west. She fell in love with the river-cut valley fringed by sagebrush and pine. Today’s fashionistas can find her, cappuccino in hand, watching the sun rise over the Owyhee mountains as she plots a novel about the intrigue of mass merchandising.
Liz Fredericks’ unauthorized bio