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Princess Beatrice's "risk-taking" style inspires London-based fashion label

28 OCTOBER 2012

She is often seen stepping out in elegant and colourful outfits and now  Princess Beatrice's sense of style has caught the attention of a luxury fashion label. Ava Mirabelle revealed that inspiration for their Spring / Summer 2013 collection came from the 24-year-old Princess and they have fittingly named it Roulette Royals.

Having tweeted some behind-the-scenes images of the collection, the London-based-brand described their "style muse" as "Britain's foremost Royal with risk taking confidence, Princess Beatrice" and added that each piece is "fit for a princess who is constantly in the public eye."

 

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The young royal has proved her place in the fashion stakes before and particularly throughout her busy Austumn schedule. Earlier this month The Duke of York's daughter was seen enjoying a day at Ascot with her cousin Zara Phillips and her husband Mike Tindall. For the event Beatrice chose a sophisticated navy blue coat and dress of a similar hue.

In September the Queen's granddaughter joined her mother, Sarah, Duchess of York, for a trip to New York where she wore a beautiful floorlength Grecian gown, complete with a silver clutch back and beaded necklace.

History-graduate Beatrice, who left Goldsmiths University in 2011, has come under some scrutiny in the past for her fashion choices, but Ava Mirablle's choice of inspiration will no doubt help silence her critics.

 

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All items sold by the brand, which describes how it believes "in uncovering the unusual and transforming it into exceptional luxury", are unique and 100% handmade.

Roulette Royals' designers said the Spring / Summer 2013  range took inpiration from a combination of "elegance, poise and majestic grace with show stopping edge and metallic chic."

"The palette focuses on a variance of three key colours; an array of pinks, the statement summer mint as well as shades of classic whites with emphases on self-embossed patterns."

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