Iconic British fashion house Jaeger redesigns Kensington Palace staff uniforms as the royal residence sets to re-open on 26 March
Inspired by the lavish interiors of the State Apartments as well as historic royal dress (including pieces worn by the ever-dapper Edward VIII, The Duke of Windsor), Jaeger’s creative director Stuart Stockdale has created a smart, tailored new look in a palette of red and charcoal for the Palace’s front-of-house team. The uniforms were then manufactured by Jermyn Street Design.
The makeover is part of royal residence’s £12 million major transformation, which will include a major exhibition dedicated to Queen Victoria, art installations and interactive theatre in the historic State Apartments.
We couldn’t think of a more stylish way to kick off the Diamond Jubilee celebrations!