Queen E Collection Vividly Royal Collection Lookbook - Bellanaija - June2015010

Queen E Collection Vividly Royal Collection Lookbook - Bellanaija - June2015010

Queen E Collection Vividly Royal Collection Lookbook - Bellanaija - June2015008

Queen E Collection Vividly Royal Collection Lookbook - Bellanaija - June2015008

• Queen E. Collection coming soon to zuvaa.com  You might be dressed to impressed but now it is time to hire the best. We will help you recruit great talent talk to us at carlos@recruitingforgood.com

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Zen Magazine Africa » The Lifestyle Network for African Heritage » Bold, Vibrant Colours and Designs: Here is Queen E. Collection's "Vividly Royal" SS'15 Collection

Zen Magazine Africa » The Lifestyle Network for African Heritage » Bold, Vibrant Colours and Designs: Here is Queen E. Collection's "Vividly Royal" SS'15 Collection

"Maple Leaf of Canada" dress, designed by Norman Hartnell, London, 1957. Worn by Queen Elizabeth II at a state banquet at Rideau Hall, Ottawa, in 1957. Photos (Top): Musée de l'histoire | Museum of History on Flickr; (Bottom): Marie-Louise Deruaz, Canadian Museum of Civilization. Satin, velvet, sequins, beads, rhinstones, simulated pearls, plastic flowers. Beaded white roses, representing the House of York, are scattered amongst the green velvet maple leaves.

"Maple Leaf of Canada" dress, designed by Norman Hartnell, London, 1957. Worn by Queen Elizabeth II at a state banquet at Rideau Hall, Ottawa, in 1957. Photos (Top): Musée de l'histoire | Museum of History on Flickr; (Bottom): Marie-Louise Deruaz, Canadian Museum of Civilization. Satin, velvet, sequins, beads, rhinstones, simulated pearls, plastic flowers. Beaded white roses, representing the House of York, are scattered amongst the green velvet maple leaves.

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