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Lady Amelia Windsor launches a new fashion collection and you will love it

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by Laura Sutcliffe /


Lady Amelia Windsor just took forceful steps (literally) into the fashion world with an amazing new collaboration with Penelope Chilvers. The range includes three pieces that the young royal has helped design – a pair of boots, £288, a pair of clogs, £199, and a belt, £145. This is the dynamic duo’s second range together – and this time the high-summer casual collection has a charitable stance. The collaboration is in aid of War Child UK, a charity that supports children living in war zones, and 20% of all proceeds will be donated directly to the charity which was handpicked by Amelia. The standout print which features on all three items is the pink cowhide, and it’s bold, eye-catching and will amp up an outfit in seconds.

   Amelia Boot in Pink Friesian,£288   

Speaking about the collection and what it means to her, Amelia explained: "It was a huge honour and pleasure to work with Penelope, whose creations and talent I admire so much."

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I wear Penelope Chilvers shoes every day, so it's a treat to be able to collaborate with the designer on this project. I her incredibly inspiring both as a designer and friend. I decided to combine the shape of the classic Safari Boot with one of my favourite colours and prints which gives it a punkier feel, the clogs are an easy slide on and slide off style which makes them great for any time any place."

Studded belt, £145

In an interview with Vogue, the 22-year-old – who is the granddaughter of the Queen's cousin, Prince Edward, Duke of Kent – revealed that the summer months are her favourite seasons to dress in.

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 "I way prefer dressing for summer," she said. "I love the fact you can wear all those things that you save packed at the back of your wardrobe for those sunny days."

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