Seeing the evolution of British Royal fashion is as easy as going to an art exhibit. From modern to Victorian and beyond, royal fashion has come quite a long way from classical periods, and this exhibit shows the transition to our now-comfortable style quite clearly.
A new exhibition of paintings from the British royal collection and historic clothing cast an unusual light on the clothing and accessories of European royalty over 250 years.
The exhibition "In Fine Style: The Art of Tudor and Stuart Fashion" opens daily from May 10 to October 6 at the Buckingham Palace Art Gallery.
The show, which follows a well-received exhibition of Leonardo da Vinci's sketches from the Royal Collection in 2012, includes more than 60 portraits and some of the most famous paintings from Queen Elizabeth II's personal collection including a Rembrandt portrait, and several well-known paintings by Anthony van Dyck. Read More