Lady Amelia Windsor has captivated the fashion world with her effortless style – and her latest look is a clear example of her unique fashion sense.
The young royal has become a key fixture on the red carpet and at star-studded fashion events regularly attending the Dior show in Paris. But earlier today she flew the flag for London Fashion Week by attending the postponed Zeynep Kartal x Li & Fung 'Noblesse Oblige' Spring/Summer 2023 runway show.
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Amelia Windsor and designer Zeynep Kartal
Amelia posed alongside the designer, clad in one of her signature concoctions, wearing a green taffeta blouse with dramatic ruched bodice, sleeves, and flowing train. The 27-year-old environmental activist modernised the look by teaming it with green satin shorts.
Amelia is now permitted to wear bright colours, following a traditional mourning period observed by members of the royal family. Following Her Majesty's poignant funeral it marked the end of a public ten-day period of mourning, but members of the royal family were believed to remain in 'royal mourning' for a further six days until Monday 26 September. During this period, members of the royal family can continue undertaking engagements appropriate to the circumstances but they are expected to wear black as a sign of mourning.
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Founded by Creative Director Zeynep Kartal, the Manchester based designer has become established as an aspirational label "synonymous with elegance." Fuelled by a passion for the aesthetics of Hollywood glamour and sophistication. The couture designer offers sophisticated bespoke dresse. According to a statement on their website Zeynep's designs, "create a distinctive sense of elegance using the finest fabrics including natural silk, crepe, lace, and lurex silk hand-made embellishments. Zeynep feels those pieces create a distinctive sense of femininity and her aim is to encourage women to find their own style and to feel confident in their appearance."
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