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Jaeger designs new Kensington Palace uniform


Premium retailer Jaeger has created a uniform for the staff at Kensington Palace as part of a £12m renovation of the royal residence.

The uniform, which has been designed by Jaeger design director Stuart Stockdale, uses influences from historic royal and court attire as well as the palace’s architectural and interior design details. It will be unveiled on March 26 next year.

The uniforms are being manufactured by Jermyn Street Design in London.

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