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‘My Style is Work in Progress’ – The Countess of Wessex

 

The Countess of Wessex, Sophi, took to a video call to announce the winner of The Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design 2021.
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The Countess of Wessex, Sophie, took to a video call to announce the winner of The Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design 2021. The Award recognises the role of the fashion industry in society, and the talent of young British designers. The award is usually presented at the London Fashion Week, but was presented digitally due to the pandemic.

The Countess of Wessex announce the winner of the BFC awards 2021
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Priya is the fourth winner of The Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design, which was first presented by The Queen at London Fashion Week in 2018. Countess Sophie, who is Patron of the London College of Fashion, was joined by the the CEO of British Fashion Council, Caroline Rush.

Sophie was wearing a Victoria Beckham Pleated printed stretch-crepe turtleneck maxi dress
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The Ladies talked about the style, fashion inspirations and about the effect the pandemic has had on the industry. Talking about her own style, Countess Sophie said, “It’s work-in-progress. It’s developed over time. It’s probably reasonably classic, but I like things with a bit of a twist. I sometimes get a bit braver and then retreat again.“. 

When Sophie was asked whose style she admires, Sophie said, “There are two people for me. Angelina Jolie, I always think she looks amazing. And also Queen Rania of Jordan always looks stunning“. Amazing choices by The Countess of Wessex as both ladies are famous for their impeccable styles.  

Sophie was wearing a Victoria Beckham Pleated printed stretch-crepe turtleneck maxi dress
Victoria Beckham Pleated printed stretch-crepe turtleneck maxi dress

 

Sophie was wearing a Victoria Beckham Pleated printed stretch-crepe turtleneck maxi dress. The midnight blue $765 dress was described as, “Victoria, Victoria Beckham draws inspiration from the jazz age for this abstract scribble print – look closely to spot the cabaret dancers. Cut from midnight-blue stretch-crepe, this turtleneck dress has a close-fitting bodice and softly pleated skirt.”

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