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This year London Fashion Week was graced with royal presence as the Queen Elizabeth II attended alongside Anna Wintour, longtime Vogue editor in the front row of Richard Quinn’s runway show. Looking graceful in light blue tweed dress and jacket, the queen herself was there to presented London-born designer Richard Quinn inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design.
The designer known for his avante-gard stunning prints and merry-full colors was the pioneer to achieve the award designed by the Queen Elizabeth’s personal advisor Angela Kelly, who served for past 26 years. Kelly, the one who created the Queen’s style designed the award to recognizes what role the fashion industry plays in society. This annual award will be given to budding British fashion designer who shows their talent, as their style shows values to the society and sustainable policies.
Her Majesty views Richard Quinn's runway show alongside Dame Anna Wintour.
Richard is the first recipient of The Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design. @LondonFashionWk #LFC pic.twitter.com/5L6D7wz7eV
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) February 20, 2018
Richard Quinn established himself as the designer and his label in 2016, just after graduating from the fashion masters course from Central Saint Martins in London. He is known for bold statement looks yet sensitive creating a unique version with his modern skills, high fashion sense. Soon his style that will be one among the highly recommended classic look.