As the Royal Family mourns the unfortunate death of Her Majesty The Queen, who passed away last week on the 8th of September, 2022, tributes from notable designers in the fashion industry have rolled in to honour her memory. From posts with earnest messages online to cancelling shows to mourn her death, fashion has shown that it sympathises with the royal family. Read ahead for tributes from Donatella Versace, John Galliano, Arab designer Nadine Merabi, and more.
The British creative director, John Galliano, offered his condolences on Instagram. Posting a picture of The Queen, captioned with the message, “HM Queen Elizabeth II. 1926-2022 Rest In Peace.”
The fashion icon Donatella Versace has acknowledged the passing of HM The Queen, with a heartfelt tribute admiring her tenacity throughout her reign and alluding to the Monarch as an inspiration.
British and Lebanese fashion designer, Nadine Merabi has expressed her regards to Her Majesty The Queen, featuring a collage of her throughout the years along with the message “A true inspiration and a remarkable woman who dedicated her life to the service of others”.
The London-based, Italian designer Alessandra Rich has memorialised HM The Queen on Instagram, expressing her grief and “condolences to The Royal family and to all those who loved her”.
This luxury British fashion house has been coined as the quintessentially British brand for the longest time by fashion fiends. The brand has conveyed its grief through its Instagram account, stating, “We are deeply saddened by the death of Her Majesty The Queen”. Alongside the statement, they have also cancelled their upcoming Spring/Summer 2023 show that was scheduled to take place during the London Fashion Week, “as a mark of respect”.