His daughters-in-law Kate and Meghan are regularly praised for their fashion sense, but Prince Charles, a 1-year-old who is known for patching up and improving his clothes, is probably considered a lesser icon of British style – until now.
“Edward Anninfull, Chief Eddie-in-Chief,” I’ve always admired the way you dressed. ” British Vogue, Said Charles in an interview for the latest issue of Fashion Magazine.
Admiration of her timeless dress sense seemed to inherit the throne, surprisingly favoring double-breasted outfits with ties and matching handkerchiefs.
“I thought I was like a stalled watch … people come to do dressing like me after 25 years,” he said with a laugh. “I’m so glad you think it has style. I care about detail and color and things like that.”
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Male members of Britain’s royal family usually take the back seat for females when it comes to fashion coverage. Kate, the wife of Prince William, Charles’s eldest son, has previously been featured on the cover Vogue While William’s younger brother Harry’s wife Meghan has been the guest editor of the magazine.
Charles, who has long campaigned on environmental issues, was interviewed Vogue About his commitment to sustainable fashion, something he said he always took into account.
He said, “I’m one of those people who hates to throw anything away. So, I would have retained them, would have let them go if necessary,” he said, telling producers and consumers to be less useless. Was.
He added: “But I think there are great opportunities now, especially within the fully sustainable fashion sector, to deal with this phenomenal trend of throw-away clothing – or everything thrown away.” – Reuters
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