Stand Out At Queen’s House

Stand Out At Queen’s House

Queen’s House is a former royal residence built between 1616 and 1635 in Greenwich, a few miles down-river from the then City of London and now a London Borough. The Queen’s House is one of the most interesting buildings in the country and it is architecturally important, as well as being famous for its former occupants and its art collection that’s why we chose it as one of our main pillars for our latest Stand Out Destinations campaign.

Inigo Jones was Surveyor of the King’s Works, and the Queen’s House was one of his first designs for Anne of Denmark, wife of James I. After the queen’s death in 1619, the building remained unfinished and thatched over at ground-floor level until 1629. Jones completed it around 1635 for Queen Henrietta Maria, wife of Charles I, when he completed a single first-floor central bridge joining the two halves of the building. East and west bridges were added in 1662. The new house was such a novelty that people called it ‘The White House’.

With this in mind we thought where best to showcase our latest high fashion pieces for the new season. With loungewear still being a key part of everyone’s wardrobes we have the best looks to showcase that will fit every need. For him, C.P. Company and Mallet provide the ultimate comfort and stylish pieces for this season and are suitable for all occasions this summer. For her, Calvin Klein and Juicy Couture get it right with their key statement looks, for social distancing day meetings in the pub or restaurants. These super high fashionable items are ones to get now!

To see more of what we got up for the fashion pillar at Queen’s house head to our Youtube or visit our Instagram @tessutiuk and @tessutiwoman. Get the look for yourself by heading to our Stand Out Destination edit now and get reading to get fit this season.

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