You can afford a mug for 5 euros, with the face of Queen Elizabeth II surrounded by little red hearts. You can also, if you have a well-stocked wallet and unfailing admiration for the royal family, afford the beautiful book Her Majesty The Queen sign from the english photographer David Bailey, a numbered edition of 500 copies, one print “Printed by thermal sublimation on Chroma Luxe aluminum panel, ready to hang, 100 x 100 cm”… At 3,500 euros.
There is also a luxury box set at 750 euros with a cover specially created by the most punk of fashion designers, Vivienne Westwood. And also and above all to the delight of the common people, a new version at 50 euros just reissued. Phew, because it is certain, we do not all parade in the same “courtyard”.
This beautiful 3 kg book all the same, written by the historian of royalty Christopher Warwick, brings together the pictures of a queen shot from all angles by the greatest: Cecil Beaton, Studio Lisa, Dorothy Wilding, Karsh, Lord Snowdon, Patrick Lichfield and Wolfgang Tillmans, Rankin and Annie Leibovitz. Suffice to say that if “his majesty” does not have the very “star” photogeny of a Lady Di, she has everything of an icon.
During his visit to Nepal in 1961
With 95 springs and nearly 70 years of reign, this dear Elisabteh II saw objectives, immortalizing it in her little tongue-in-cheek dresses and her headgear, so many hats coming to match very colorful outfits, themselves ac
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