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Vogue’s Editor-at-Large Hamish Bowles Revisits Queen Elizabeth’s Life in Looks

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“All of it, in a way, is considered a uniform,” Vogue’s Editor-at-Large Hamish Bowles says while examining nine decades worth of Queen Elizabeth’s outfits. There’s the Liberty London print dresses and stiff coats she wore in the 1930s alongside her sister, Princess Margaret. The Norman Hartnell gown she donned for her wedding to Prince Phillip in 1947. The reserved blue state dinner frock worn in great contrast to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy in 1961. Created by various designers, each ensemble is visually different. Yet they all achieve the same aesthetic effect of a dignified, stately monarch—no matter the time in her life, or the moment in history. (As Bowles notes, not even London’s seismic swinging sixties could usher in a style change for the Queen.)

For the latest Life in Looks video, Bowles uses his encyclopedic fashion knowledge (as well as his innate experience as a Brit) to pore over a dozen of the monarch’s looks and consider their significance. Did you know, for example, that the aforementioned wedding gown was inspired by a Botticelli painting, or that a hat she wore to visit Sydney in 2005 matched the curvature of the city’s iconic Opera House?

Ahead of her Platinum Jubilee, revisit the Queen’s life in looks—and perhaps get inspired to take some royal style cues yourself: “If there’s one thing we can learn from the Queen,” muses Bowles, “It’s finding a style very early on, and sticking with it.”

Director: Posy Dixon
Director of Photography: Henry Lockyer
Editor: Daniel Poler
Senior Producer, Vogue: Jordin Rocchi
Producer, On-Set: Liv Proctor
Associate Director, Creative Development, Vogue: Alexandra Gurvitch
1st AC: Florence Skinner
Gaffer: Leo Olesker
Audio: Rowena Colman
Set Decorator: Maddy Crowe
DIT: Nick Hughes
Groomer: Dan Delgado
Production Manager: Edith Pauccar
Production Coordinator: Kit Fogarty
Senior Director, Production Management: Jessica Schier
Post-Production Coordinator: Andrea Farr
Post-Production Supervisor: Marco Glinbizzi
Director of Content, Vogue: Rahel Gebreyes
VP, Digital Video Programming and Development, Vogue: Joe Pickard


Vogue Club members were first to view this story: Join today to experience exclusive Vogue content before anyone else.

“All of it, in a way, is considered a uniform,” Vogue’s Editor-at-Large Hamish Bowles says while examining nine decades worth of Queen Elizabeth’s outfits. There’s the Liberty London print dresses and stiff coats she wore in the 1930s alongside her sister, Princess Margaret. The Norman Hartnell gown she donned for her wedding to Prince Phillip in 1947. The reserved blue state dinner frock worn in great contrast to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy in 1961. Created by various designers, each ensemble is visually different. Yet they all achieve the same aesthetic effect of a dignified, stately monarch—no matter the time in her life, or the moment in history. (As Bowles notes, not even London’s seismic swinging sixties could usher in a style change for the Queen.)

For the latest Life in Looks video, Bowles uses his encyclopedic fashion knowledge (as well as his innate experience as a Brit) to pore over a dozen of the monarch’s looks and consider their significance. Did you know, for example, that the aforementioned wedding gown was inspired by a Botticelli painting, or that a hat she wore to visit Sydney in 2005 matched the curvature of the city’s iconic Opera House?

Ahead of her Platinum Jubilee, revisit the Queen’s life in looks—and perhaps get inspired to take some royal style cues yourself: “If there’s one thing we can learn from the Queen,” muses Bowles, “It’s finding a style very early on, and sticking with it.”

Director: Posy Dixon
Director of Photography: Henry Lockyer
Editor: Daniel Poler
Senior Producer, Vogue: Jordin Rocchi
Producer, On-Set: Liv Proctor
Associate Director, Creative Development, Vogue: Alexandra Gurvitch
1st AC: Florence Skinner
Gaffer: Leo Olesker
Audio: Rowena Colman
Set Decorator: Maddy Crowe
DIT: Nick Hughes
Groomer: Dan Delgado
Production Manager: Edith Pauccar
Production Coordinator: Kit Fogarty
Senior Director, Production Management: Jessica Schier
Post-Production Coordinator: Andrea Farr
Post-Production Supervisor: Marco Glinbizzi
Director of Content, Vogue: Rahel Gebreyes
VP, Digital Video Programming and Development, Vogue: Joe Pickard

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