Duchess of Cambridge presents design award

The Duchess of Cambridge has arrived for a British Fashion Council awards ceremony at London’s Design Museum.

ate will present the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design, which aims to recognize the cultural and commercial role played by the British design and fashion industry during the monarch’s reign.

The first prize was presented to Richard Quinn in February 2018 when the Queen attended London Fashion Week for the first time.


The Duchess of Cambridge presents a design award (Victoria Jones/PA)

In this platinum anniversary year, the award is presented by Kate to an up-and-coming British designer.

During the event, the Duchess will meet and engage with designs from recipients of the British Fashion Council Foundation’s designer initiatives – NEWGEN, Fashion Trust and BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund and BFC/GQ Designer Fashion Fund.

The funds provide financial support to emerging designers, identifying opportunities and helping them build their brands.

Previous winners have included Alexander McQueen and Erdem.

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