Saturday 8th of May 2021
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Affordable luxury sets the tone at Royal Windsor Horse Show shopping

Royal Windsor Horse Show (10 – 14 May), will offer its audience an array of luxurious independent boutiques showcasing their new collections with something to suit every taste.

In addition to world-class equestrian performances, including the newly upgraded CSI5* Show Jumping competition, spectators will have the opportunity to experience more than 200 shops in the Show’s premium shopping area. Organisers have made every effort to make the shopping experience as easy as possible for visitors by designing individual accessible shopping zones, making it easy to dip in and out whilst not missing any of the competition.

Luxury French fashion house, Hermes, will once again be showcasing their equestrian lines, which includes top-of-the-range saddlery and high-end riding-wear for both horse and rider. Also returning will be leading performance brand, Musto, Royal Windsor’s official clothing supplier, who will be showcasing their ever-popular specialist clothing ranges.

With an exciting selection of exhibitors on-site this year’s must-see boutiques include:

From the Jewellery and Fashion Quarter:
Lucinda Frances with some wonderful linen jackets
J D Cruz showing hand printed leather bags
Banvard & James offering a range of classic and quirky men’s accessories

From the Country Lifestyle and Living Quarter:
Holland Cooper will launch new ranges of their country inspired clothes
Hicks and Brown will offer the archetypal country fedoras and a range of quirky country accessories
Fairfax & Favor with their classic loafers and boots, bags and accessories

From the Horse and Rider Quarter:
Syncthermology uses the latest in imaging technology to monitor your horse
Ayr Equestrian will show the latest in technical fabrics from Pikeur and innovations from Ariat

Director of the uniquely designed leather handbag company JD Cruz Limited, Jasmine Gilhooly, said:

“It’s our first time at the Show and we are extremely excited. We have new bespoke designs which we have been printing in anticipation of Royal Windsor, ready to be showcased to spectators”.

The Royal Warrant Holders Association Pavilion will be making a welcome return to the event, set to feature a variety of companies, unified through a commitment to the highest standards of service, quality, and excellence. Scholars from The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust, the Associations charitable arm, will also be demonstrating the very best of British craftsmanship.

For more information about tickets and exhibitors at Royal Windsor Horse Show, please click here.

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