Britain’s King Charles carried out his royal responsibilities uninterrupted on Thursday, despite recent car chase allegations made by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
The British Fashion Council (BFC) hosted a special industry showcase, during which King Charles had the honor of presenting the prestigious Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design to LABRUM London.
Originally bestowed by Queen Elizabeth II during London Fashion Week in 2018, this distinguished award recognizes the significant contribution of British design and fashion to the country’s culture and commerce. The King was joined at the event by fashion industry figures and advocates for sustainable fashion.
During the ceremony, King Charles personally awarded the 2023 award to LABRUM London, a well-known fashion brand created by Foday Dumbuya. Afterwards, the King witnessed a captivating performance designed by the deserving recipient of the award.
Before concluding his visit, King Charles also took the opportunity to explore the award-winning brand’s design studio, getting a first-hand look at where their remarkable designs come to fruition.