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The Queen reigned by example. Her understanding of etiquette and protocol was informed by her own knowledge of history: She made the world a safer place by knowing how to navigate it with grace, poise, and charm. I think you could say the same for the way she dressed. The quiet authority she exuded carried such wisdom and decisiveness. She may not have been a political leader, but she led through diplomacy. The way she handled situations—no matter their nature or significance—was just so chic. And that shone through in her wardrobe. I’ve always been surrounded by portraits of her, whether at my grammar school in South London, in the Boy Scouts, right down to the deli across the road from Taboo [the infamous Eighties London nightclub]—they had one behind the counter! And of course one thinks of the early portraits by Cecil Beaton, these immaculate exercises in shaping the image of a young Queen yet to form the identity we know so well today, from the early Princess—poised, elegant, full of grace and charm—to a mother playing with her children in the garden. Or at the races, with that burst of emotion sometimes, with her passion for horses.
Through clothes, the Beaton portraits depict the many characters that would shape that identity: the monarch in her robes and jewels; the wartime Princess in her military uniform, looking like someone you could just believe in and follow. We didn’t often hear her speak, but her clothes and jewelry told a thousand tales. I’ve often taken her style and played with it: For me it’s the underlying heartbeat, the absolute sense of tradition. Even today at Maison Margiela there are always pictures of the Royal Family on my mood board—at the races, the Trooping the Colour. I’ll go back and forth in eras, and sometimes I have to explain the British aristocracy—or hunting, shooting, and fishing, and why these fabrics are relevant, or Hunting Pink is, or why something is lined in Tattersall—to the younger team members. My love of British yarns or wovens is inspired by her, though I do like to subvert it a little! The Land Rover, the headscarf, the corgi, the Barbour jacket. I mean, yes, yes, yes. Of course, I think those have been an influence to all creatives, if I may be so bold to say. It’s all timeless—it could be part of a design brief last week, or twenty years ago. Tradition, always tradition, no?
Her Majesty was a beacon of Britishness, dressed in colors of joy and optimism. That was all her doing—the idea of wearing those bright colors just so that we could catch a glimpse of canary yellow, or lavender blue; so we could see her in the crowds and go away and say, “I saw the Queen! I saw the Queen!”, which reveals quite a sense of both her duty and how she wanted to present herself to her subjects. There was, simply, no one like her. I was watching footage of people—from all over the world: China, Colombia; not just the UK—queuing up to pay their last respects, and it’s so moving. It’s funny, but back when I traveled a lot, people would often ask me, ‘How’s the Queen? Like I knew her or something. “How’s the Queen?” I’d always reply, “I think she’s great.”
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- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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