Iconic British designer, Elizabeth Emanuel, teams up with TigerTime to protect wild tigers
May 16, 2017
The iconic British fashion designer Elizabeth Emanuel, who found fame as part of the design duo behind the ‘wedding dress of the century’ for Lady Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales, has turned her design talent to support the protection of wild tigers.
The stunning design, unique to the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation’s TigerTime Campaign, forms part of Elizabeth’s Moulage Heritage Collections brand that incorporates 18th and early 19th century images embellished with historical fonts, flourishes and her own artwork.
Commenting on the partnership Elizabeth said: “Tigers are one of the world’s most loved animals and the thought of losing them – of people using their skins and body parts for adornments and ineffective medicines – breaks my heart. With as few as 3,500 left in the wild we have to work together to raise awareness and funds for their protection. This is what this exclusive t-shirt is designed to do.”
“Elizabeth has been supporting our work to save wild tigers since 2013 and we are thrilled to be collaborating with her on this exciting new fundraiser,” says TigerTime Campaign manager, Vicky Flynn.
The exclusive design is available on t-shirts, vests and sweatshirts for a limited period via online retailer Everpress until June 19.
You can view and buy the full range at: https://everpress.com/tigertime-elizabeth-emanuel
About Elizabeth Emanuel
With an outstanding world class reputation, elite clientele and work covering three decades, Elizabeth Emanuel is a firmly established British Designer who is much in demand for her chic modern designs which continuously feature in glossy magazines, television and red carpet events. Elizabeth’s highly individual and instantly recognizable style appeals to a wide range of clients of all ages and backgrounds. She has designed for many of the world most well-known celebrities including Bianca Jagger, Elizabeth Taylor, Elizabeth Hurley, Darcy Bussell, Charlize Theron, Barbara and Ringo Starr, Billy and Pamela Connolly, Paula Abdul, Sharon Osbourne, Faye Dunaway, Joan Collins, and Richard and Joan Branson.
Born to an American father and British mother, Elizabeth married David Emanuel and they became the first married couple to be accepted at the Royal College of Art.
In 1981, world interest focused on the marriage of Lady Diana Spencer to HRH The Prince of Wales. It was the Emanuel's now famous black evening dress that was to change overnight the image of a shy teenager into that of a future Princess. It was to Emanuel that Lady Diana Spencer turned to create the wedding dress of the century. 700 million television viewers around the world watched as the Emanuel name became a symbol overnight.
For more about Elizabeth and her work see: http://www.elizabethemanuel.co.uk
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