The Duchess of Cornwall visited The Royal School of Needlework

On September 05, 2019, The Duchess of Cornwall visited The Royal School of Needlework at Hampton Court Palace in London to launch the ‘Faces & Figures in Stitch’ exhibition. Founded in 1872, Royal Needlework creates bespoke commissions for the future as well as restoring historical textiles and heirlooms. At the ‘Faces & Figures in Stitch’ exhibition, more than 100 embroideries of key figures in history, including William Shakespeare, Nelson Mandela and David Bowie are being displayed.
Royal School of Needlework Embroidery Studio created the bespoke lace on the wedding dress of Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth
Royal School of Needlework Embroidery Studio created the bespoke lace on the wedding dress of Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth
Royal School of Needlework Embroidery Studio created the bespoke lace on the wedding dress of Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth
Royal School of Needlework Embroidery Studio created the bespoke lace on the wedding dress of Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth
Royal School of Needlework Embroidery Studio created the bespoke lace on the wedding dress of Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth
Royal School of Needlework Embroidery Studio created the bespoke lace on the wedding dress of Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth
Royal School of Needlework Embroidery Studio created the bespoke lace on the wedding dress of Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth
Royal School of Needlework Embroidery Studio created the bespoke lace on the wedding dress of Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth
Royal School of Needlework Embroidery Studio created the bespoke lace on the wedding dress of Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth
Royal School of Needlework Embroidery Studio created the bespoke lace on the wedding dress of Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth
The Royal School of Needlework Embroidery Studio created the bespoke lace on the wedding dress of The Duchess of Cambridge and the Coronation Robe of The Queen.
Royal School of Needlework Embroidery Studio created the bespoke lace on the wedding dress of Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth
Royal School of Needlework Embroidery Studio created the bespoke lace on the wedding dress of Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth

10 comments:

  1. What a lovely look for Camilla. The shape is really good on her.

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  2. The Royal School of Needlework - wunderbar - und so wichtig heutzutage, wo das Know How des Schneidergewerbes mit all seinen Facetten immer weniger wird. Ich wünsche den Petits Mains ein Comeback! Jetzt gibt es die Duchess auch zum Sticken:-) Modisch: Camilla weiß, was gut für sie ist und hält sich daran. Bei ihr kommt es auf die Details an und die sind in diesem Fall der doppellagige Effekt am Saum und Ärmel.

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  3. Charmante Camilla... J'aime bien sa coiffure joliment rafraîchie !!!

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  4. This dress flatters the Duchess more than most any I have ever seen. She looks lovely and her seamstress always designs her clothes to fit properly, never pulls or appears to tight.

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  5. Great look for the Dss. Light blue looks good on her.

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  6. Beautiful look on Camilla. She always looks so engaged in her visits, which makes her look even more beautiful. the dress is a lovely color and shape.
    Chel

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    1. I agree! I like duchess Camilla a lot,, her engagements and her smiles. She is doing a
      great job for the BRF and her country. Nice dress, both color and shape.

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  7. La dentelle de la robe de Catherine vient de la maison Caudry de Calais. en France .

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  8. Agree with al comments above re this smart, classy dress in a flattering colour. Isn’t her sewn portrait amazing? How wonderfully skilled some people are. The exhibition runs from 24th September to 19th March next year. Think I need to get to London to see it 😀

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