Quintessential British label Jaeger has lent its fashionable hand to designing a new uniform for the front of house staff at Kensington Palace.
Drawing inspiration from the palace’s Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection (an archive of over 10,000 items dating from the 17th century to the present day), Jaeger’s Design Director Stuart Stockdale has created a range of highly majestic attire, guaranteed to leave the team fully suited and booted to couture standards.
Stockdale said of the collection, ‘The new uniform really tells a story and reflects Jaeger’s reputation for timeless and iconic designs that transcend time.’
The collaboration coincides with the royal residence’s £12 million transformation; a two-year project which will see the palace reopened on March 26th.
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