Entering the world of fashion is difficult at any age, but especially difficult for older people. But ahead of his 72nd birthday, Prince Charles has launched a sustainable clothing line.
“I have always believed in the ‘buy once, buy well’ philosophy,” the Prince of Wales told the Telegraph newspaper in an interview. In another interview with Vogue magazine, the Prince of Wales talked about how he hates to throw away anything and prefers to fix things that are outdated.
Under the new line of price tags, most people who buy clothes have to be greener and wear the same clothes over and over again simply because they can’t afford anything else.
Only one item in the 18-piece collection that debuted in collaboration with Yoox Net-a-Porter for less than $ 500 – a women’s cord-knitted cashmere turtleneck sweater for $ 475.
Merino wool coat and cashmere blends? Be prepared to pay around $ 1,500.
Charles and his educational charity have teamed up to create the Modern Artisan Project, which aims to promote the skills of British and Italian students in textiles, according to a statement from the foundation.
Profits from the collection will be donated to support The Prince’s Foundation, according to the Net-a-Porter website.
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