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Fashion is on display at Charles's country estate

Fashion is on display at Charles's country estate

Designer duo Vin+Omi offers more than 20 pieces of clothing and accessories.

Which King Charles III (75) He has a passion for sustainability, which is now also evident in an unusual exhibition. At his country house in Sandringham, eastern England, clothes made from garden waste are on display.

The collaboration between the designer duo Vin+Omi and Charles began after a meeting in 2018, according to a statement about the exhibition.

Charles invites designers to his home in his country

The British news agency reported that Charles then invited the designers to his home in Highgrove, and gave them the opportunity to search for materials found in the garden.

Next, designers made fabric from nettles, for example, and experimented with other species or plant residues as dyes. More than 20 pieces of clothing and accessories can be seen at the 'Royal Garden Waste To Fashion's Future' exhibition from the weekend onwards. Designers also displayed their designs on the platform.

Charles has been at the head of the British monarchy for a year and a half and has long been concerned with environmental protection. The King is currently undergoing treatment for cancer and therefore does not attend public appointments. His wife, Queen Camilla, said Thursday, during a visit to Northern Ireland, that he was doing “very well.”

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