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After the death of Elizabeth II, designers created a collection of mourning clothes

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It consists of dresses made of dense and thin fabric, accessories in the form of lace veils and beaded tiaras.

In the UK, after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, who died on September 8, 2022, the fashion house Richard Quinn presented a mourning collection of clothes, writes The Guardian.

Insiders said that the author of the mourning collection, Richard Quinn, upon learning of the monarch’s death, completely changed his plans and decided to dedicate the collection of clothes to the royal family.

These outfits are included in the Spring-Summer 2023 collection. She became a repeat of the style close to Queen Victoria. The monarch preferred black clothes after the death of her husband Prince Albert.

In addition to clothing, mourning veils are included.

For 10 days of work, the designer created 23 dresses: black, plain, or from matte, shiny and translucent fabrics, some with bright colors that emphasize mourning.

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