Buckingham Palace is celebrating with the opening this weekend of the Fashioning a Reign: 90 Years of Style from The Quee's Wardorbe exhibition”, where you can see some of the most memorable costumes worn by Queen Elizabeth II throughout its 90 years of life.
The exhibition will be presented in some of the most emblematic spaces of the royal residence and will be a window into the monarch's private life.
The show open until October is a tribute to her majesty's 90 years, as well as an emotional recognition to her head couturier, Normal Hartnell, who made her wedding dress and 6 years later the costume she wore at her coronation.
“He came to see her and it was interesting to see all her pieces again. She was very interested in the way everything was done. I think he enjoyed it,”curator of the show Caroline Guitaut told People. "I think she always likes to see her wedding dress and her coronation gown. Those have a lot of sentimental value for her."
In this exhibition, the largest that has been presented at Buckingham Palace, you will be able to appreciate the most spectacular and special costumes that the queen has worn, as well as pieces from her day to day.
There are outfits from her childhood, 75 dresses, military outfits and, how could it be otherwise, more than 80 hats, a garment that has always been associated with the head of state of the United Kingdom.