Norman hartnell

Ceremonial gown, by Norman Hartnell, 1957, at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Designed specially for Queen Elizabeth II's state visit to Paris, April 8-11th, 1957. Decorated with French motifs, including the flowers of France and large gold bees, the emblem of Napoleon. Worn to the state dinner on the first night (Monday 8th April), hosted by President René Coty at the Elysée Palace, followed by a visit to the Opéra (see black-and-white photo, via romanbenedikhanson on Flickr).

Ceremonial gown, by Norman Hartnell, 1957, at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Designed specially for Queen Elizabeth II's state visit to Paris, April 8-11th, 1957. Decorated with French motifs, including the flowers of France and large gold bees, the emblem of Napoleon. Worn to the state dinner on the first night (Monday 8th April), hosted by President René Coty at the Elysée Palace, followed by a visit to the Opéra (see black-and-white photo, via romanbenedikhanson on Flickr).

Evening dress, by Sir Norman Hartnell, 1968. Silk, crystals, sequins, diamanté, beads. Worn by H.M. Queen Elizabeth II in 1969 while visiting Vienna, Austria (see photo with daughter Princess Anne). Photos (above): Getty, via Good Housekeeping; (below): Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2017.

Evening dress, by Sir Norman Hartnell, 1968. Silk, crystals, sequins, diamanté, beads. Worn by H.M. Queen Elizabeth II in 1969 while visiting Vienna, Austria (see photo with daughter Princess Anne). Photos (above): Getty, via Good Housekeeping; (below): Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2017.

Das in elfenbein  und etwas kürzer wäre ein guter grundschnit für rin mögliches hochzeitskleid

Das in elfenbein und etwas kürzer wäre ein guter grundschnit für rin mögliches hochzeitskleid

Evening gown, by Sir Norman Hartnell, 1965. Silk, embroidery and sequins. Worn by Queen Elizabeth II for a State Banquet given by Emperor Haile Selassie in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Royal Collection Trust/All Rights Reserved.

Evening gown, by Sir Norman Hartnell, 1965. Silk, embroidery and sequins. Worn by Queen Elizabeth II for a State Banquet given by Emperor Haile Selassie in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Royal Collection Trust/All Rights Reserved.

Above: Chief Justice Patrick Kerwin greets H.M. Queen Elizabeth II, who is seen wearing the "Maple Leaf of Canada" dress, 1957. Photo: The Globe and Mail. Below: Queen Elizabeth's "Maple Leaf" dress, designed by Norman Hartnell. Collection of the Canadian Museum of History. Photo: Marie-Louise Deruaz.

Above: Chief Justice Patrick Kerwin greets H.M. Queen Elizabeth II, who is seen wearing the "Maple Leaf of Canada" dress, 1957. Photo: The Globe and Mail. Below: Queen Elizabeth's "Maple Leaf" dress, designed by Norman Hartnell. Collection of the Canadian Museum of History. Photo: Marie-Louise Deruaz.

Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation Dress, designed by Norman Hartnell and Coronation Robe made by Ede and Ravenscroft and embroidered by the Royal School of Needlework, 1953.

Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation Dress, designed by Norman Hartnell and Coronation Robe made by Ede and Ravenscroft and embroidered by the Royal School of Needlework, 1953.

Sketch of the Queen on her coronation day by couturier Norman Hartnell, 1953

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Sketch of the Queen on her coronation day by couturier Norman Hartnell, 1953

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