Queen Consort Camilla has chosen a designer to create the dress she is about to wear for the coronation of Charles III. They became Bruce Oldfield, known for developing haute couture evening dresses for all manner of celebrities. For example, Jerry Hall, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Diana Ross, Sienna Miller, as well as representatives of the royal family displayed her dresses at different times.
Bruce Oldfield and Princess Diana.
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A graduate of St. Martin’s College of Art, Bruce Oldfield founded the eponymous brand, from 1978 he began to gain the British elite. And in 1980, he practically became Diana Spencer’s personal fashion designer, and continued to be so when she already bore the title of Princess of Wales. The designer and his high-ranking client were connected not only by the clothes, but also by many years of friendship. Oldfield designed Diana’s most famous outfits.
Camille and Bruce Oldfield. November 2017.
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After his death, he sheathed other members of the royal family. Among them are the Countess of Wessex Sophie and Camilla. Oldfield is famous for his phrase, “I gave Diana glamor and Camille confidence.”
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