And the following year, in 1991, she redesigned the entire Virgin Atlantic uniforms, and created wedding outfits for Sir Richard Branson, Joan and their children.With the success of one airline brand, Britannia Airways commissioned Elizabeth to redesign their uniform, with the relaunch taking place in 1997.Despite the setback, she went on to design dresses for Estee Lauder campaigns, outfits for The Luxury Brand Group, performers at The Brit Awards and for the London Contemporary Dance Theatres.In 2005 she opened a new studio and label, Art of Being.The silk was made by Stephen Walters of Suffolk, and the gown was decorated with sequins, 10,000 pearls and also embroidered.
The then 19-year-old Diana walked down the aisle in a sumptuous gown which has become one of the most famous dresses in the world.
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Both The Duchess of Kent and The Duchess of York were patrons of the salon.
In 1987 they opened up another shop, in Knightsbridge, and their designs were stocked in Browns, Harrods and Harvey Nichols in London, and some stores in the US.