Queen Elizabeth's 19 Most Iconic Looks From 1932 to Now | Life in Looks | Vogue

In honor of the Platinum Jubilee, Vogue’s editor-at-large Hamish Bowles breaks down Queen Elizabeth’s history of royal looks. From her twinning frocks with Princess Margaret to her Westminster Abbey wedding dress, a review of Queen Elizabeth’s most notable outfits throughout her reign.

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11 Replies to “Queen Elizabeth's 19 Most Iconic Looks From 1932 to Now | Life in Looks | Vogue”

  1. When I think of class and elegance, I think of queen Elizabeth. She is timeless. She has held down the throne for 70 years, think about that

  2. Oohhhh, I absolutely love this narrators voice….so soothing to me! God save the Queen!

  3. I’m obsessed with Hamish’s energy and how he explains every single look with the greatest detail 🤍

  4. I love that he can recall the details and dates at the drop of a couture hat.

  5. you have a mistake in the first picture it says the year was 1932 and the queen was 6 years old at the time annd in the picture she's definitely not 6 yo so I think you should fix it

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