Royalty and love for Haute Couture
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Royalty and love for Haute Couture

When it comes to high fashion, there is no better role model than the royal family.

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Royalty and love for Haute Couture

As a royal member, Princess Diana also owned a sophisticated and high-class wardrobe.

From the early days of high fashion, this art of luxury tailoring has been intrinsically associated with royalty.

Royalty and love for Haute Couture

Queen Eugénie de Montijo owned outfits created by Charles Frederick Worth himself.

High-end fashion houses often have a traditional fashion line dedicated to each customer they serve, each line forming a loyal group of customers who will always support their vision.

Royalty and love for Haute Couture

Former Queen of Qatar, Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser in Valentino.

Some royals have even become muses to high fashion designers.

Designers of high-end fashion lines not only need to understand how to enhance the appearance of customers, but also must understand their personalities and nurture close relationships with them, especially the customers.

Royalty and love for Haute Couture

Princess Margaret stands next to designer Christian Dior in one of his designs.

Princess Margaret also organized two shows for Dior at Blenheim Palace in the 1950s, then went on to invite Toro’s Princess Elizabeth Bagaya onto the runway specifically for a charity fashion show.

High-end fashion outfits are works of art and just like what is needed in a famous painting, without the artist they would not be complete.

Royalty and love for Haute Couture

Queen of Jordan, Rania in Givenchy.

Thai Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana in a Dior design.

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