Richard Quinn, trending British fashion designer, paid a tribute to Queen Elizabeth II through his latest fall collection that showcased at London Fashion Week.
Quinn recalled the moment he introduced his designers in front of the late monarch four years ago.
The fashion designer made a creative mixture between black-colored outfits and flower-color influenced designs as the Queen always had deep love to flowers.
He represented so simple looks, and enriched the outfits with puff sleeves, satin-y bows, sparkly encrusted beading, sheer veils, massive rosettes, and the designer’s significant addition latex gloves.
Black as it is associated with mourning, it could be a celebration of life, of resting in peace, and success. Queen’s death was a real celebration of her devotion, loyalty to people, and service.
Queen Elizabeth II was known for her interest and love for formal clothes, colors, and hats. Therefore, Quinn made use of skirts, headscarves, some head pieces that took the shape of the crown and Royal head pieces and accessories to add more variety and Royal spirit to his designs.
It is worthy to mention that London Fashion Week was postponed due to the nationwide period of mourning due to Queen Elizabeth II’s death on September 8 at Balmoral Castle, Aberdeen, Scotland at the age of 96.