All of us are much looking forward to Royal Ascot this June. The first full crowd for Royal Ascot for 3 years. This year, what is shaping up to be a memorable Royal Meeting in this unique Platinum Jubilee year, the previously named Diamond Jubilee Stakes becomes the Platinum Jubilee Stakes.
The monarch attended her first Royal Ascot in 1946, and since then it’s been an integral part of Royal calendar. Royal Ascot known not just for its horse races but also the splendid drama of millenary and fashion.
Many designers doing a exclusive range for the Royal Ascot adhering to the dressing guideline for the event, one couturier who’s designs are gracing the Royal Enclosure over a decade for his namesake collection is Omar Mansoor.
Gracing the horse goers with his designs over a decade, brings a sophisticated drama with his knee-length dresses in pastel hues.
This year Omar’s gathered colours such as ivory, pale pink, beige, grey and turquoise.
Using viscose fabric, with a classic a line and flattering vintage-style bodice. Using viscose fibres which are sourced responsibly for sustainable production. Contributing to a cleaner environment, the fibres are derived from sustainable wood and pulp to create beautifully soft clothing. The eco-responsible production generates up to 50% lower emissions and water impact compared to generic viscose that relies on harsh chemicals and a heavy water and energy footprint.
Model: Leen Clive
Photographer: Mike Smith