Richard Cawley is a famous English food writer, chef and fashion designer. He is one of the most talented chef and writer who has various book in his name. He is among the famous fashion designer in England and has been designing clothes for many superior people in England.
Richard Cawley started his career with a bang as he designed his major and first designer clothes for the royal wedding at England and especially for Diana Princess of wales and since then there has been no looking back at his career and he has been in his milestone success.
|Birthday||May 28, 1947|
|Profession||writer/Fashion Designer/ Chef|
|Net Worth||approx $30 million|
10 Facts about Richard Cawley:
- Richard Cawley was born on May 28, 1947, in Yorkshire, England and Richard Cawley is currently 73 years old.
- He is among the famous English fashion designer, food writer, and chef who has his own wiki page providing little information about his personal as well as professional career.
- Richard Cawley completed his education from the fashion school of the Royal College of Art when he moved from France to London and he has 2 years more of college.
- His net worth as of 2020 is nearly $30 million dollars as he has earned a hefty amount of his money from fashion designing and his published books.
- Richard has written several books on cookery and some of them are Easy & Artful Asian Cooking in 1993, Fast Fab Food in 1997, and other several books over the year.
- There is no information regarding his wife as he hasn’t shared anything private about his life as he has been a very secretive kind of person.
- Richard doesn’t have his own Twitter account as he doesn’t use any kind of social media platform and there is wrong information provided on the web regarding his Twitter account.
- He nearly spent more than 3 months in China for a major exhibition at the Royal Festival Hall and used to run a 30-minute television program for BBC about China.
- In 1984 he won the Mouton Cadet Cookery and since then changed his career from fashion to food.
- While his stay in Paris he studied life drawing at the Ecole des Beaux-Art which was founded way back in 1682.