The Queen of England Made an Appearance at London Fashion Week — Surprise

The Queen of England Made an Appearance at London Fashion Week — Surprise

The Queen of England Made an Appearance at London Fashion Week — Surprise

Britain's Queen Elizabeth made a surprise appearance in the front row at a fashion catwalk on Tuesday where she watched a show by emerging designer Richard Quinn.

The honor of her presence-the first ever, according to reports-was bestowed upon designer Richard Quinn, who was receiving the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award For British Design at his Fall 2018 show.

"From the tweed of the Hebrides to Nottingham lace, and of course Carnaby Street, our fashion industry has been renowned for outstanding craftsmanship for many years, and continues to produce world-class textiles and cutting edge, practical designs".

She will later present the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design to Quinn himself, honouring the innovative designer as the UK's brightest new fashion talent.

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The queen didn't bother with the statement stiletto heels favoured by numerous younger fashionistas, opting for sensible dark low-heeled court shoes for the awards presentation.

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"Her Majesty views Richard Quinn's runway show alongside Dame Anna Wintour".

The queen is pictured wearing an Angela Kelly duck egg blue tweed dress and jacket embellished with tiny aquamarine Swarovski crystals.

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The Queen. At a fashion show.

The fashion editor, known for her trademark shades, kept her sunglasses on throughout the event. The award is presented to one British designer annually, who boasts incredible talent, in addition to services to the community and sustainable practices. The Award, designed by Angela Kelly, was inspired by the Queen Elizabeth rose.

"The Queen's visit to the London Fashion Week headquarters in The Strand in London had been kept strictly secret, and her low-key arrival caused a ripple of astonishment among those normally too fashionable to create a scene", The Daily Mail reported.

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