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Heirloom leatherwork, countryside-inspired clothing and Her Late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth’s favourite handbags are just some of the designs set to be available to buy in the Shopping Village of Royal Windsor Horse Show from 2–5 May 2024. Marking the start of the summer season, the Show, which provides the only chance for the public to access the Private Grounds of Home Park Public, will host over 200 tradestands showcasing the very latest in equestrian equipment, interior pieces and countryside fashion.

Luxury handbag brand and Royal Warrant Holder, Launer

Those shopping for the summer’s social events – from weddings to parties to racedays – will find a plethora of options from the Show’s selection of independent fashion designers. Beatrice von Tresckow’s collection is inspired by the fabrics of her childhood years in Kenya and Afghanistan. Her avant-garde feminine pieces include treasures such as such as the dreamily embroidered navy Caspian frock coat, the Bella Dress (a slash-neck, nipped-waist ode to the 1930s reimagined in electric blue velvet) and the clever Reversible Holden Jackets – stylishly tailored with a stand collar and a choice of two sides of popping colour.

Caspian Coat by Beatrice von Tresckow

Founded in 2004 by Ruth Guise, Shibumi’s trademark rich fabrics were born out of the designer’s love of textiles. The influence of the Guise’s grandmother – herself a remarkable couture dressmaker – is seen throughout Shibumi’s collection, which includes shot silk suits, hand-tailored dresses, and their signature elegantly constructed coats – which look as good teamed with jeans as they do gracing Ascot’s Royal Enclosure.

Suit in Violet Raw Silk by Shibumi

Speaking of Ascot, no-one planning a summer at the races could miss a visit to Rachel Clunie Millinery. Running the gamut from classic to contemporary, Rachel designs both timeless hand-made hats as well as more ‘off the wall’ and whimsical designs. Rachel is also a riders’ go-to for costume headpieces – invaluable for the competitors in the Sidesaddle Concours Costume d’Elegance.

Coat by Celtic Tweed

For those in search of smart staples, the Show provides a number of choices. Look no further than Latham & Taylor – who launched at Royal Windsor in 2019 – for a super-stylish range of classic country tailoring, knitwear and accessories which will last for decades to come. Elsewhere, wool aficionados will be dropping in on Celtic Tweed to see the latest from the Dublin-based award-winning artisan tailors. Their collections in tweed and linen, both classic and contemporary, are “tailored for today and made to be worn for a lifetime.”

The Bibury Bag from Fairfax & Favor

At the heart of the Shopping village, the ever-popular Fairfax & Favor return. Founded in 2012, the footwear and country fashion designers first exhibited at Windsor in 2014 with their iconic range of long country boots. Now in their tenth year at the Show, Fairfax & Favor’s range includes coats, belts, heels, handbags and accessories that exemplify countryside chic.

Skincare brand Rhug Wild Beauty

Elsewhere, the Show is home to a dedicated array of stands for companies that hold the Royal Warrant, including Launer, maker of Her Late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth’s preferred handbag. Another luxurious Warrant Holder, Rhug Wild Beauty, will also be exhibiting. Creators of a skincare collection made using the finest organic and wild foraged ingredients, Rhug Wild Beauty’s products are the produce of plants and botanicals from the Rhug Estate of Lord Newborough.
For the home, the Royal Warrant Holder’s avenue has plenty on offer from bedlinen specialists Dorma to a new stand this year from Hatchards – the United Kingdom’s oldest bookshop founded in 1797. For those looking for heritage items, elsewhere around the Showground visitors will find beautifully made, traditional bespoke rocking horses from Stevenson Brothers, and art and sculpture from Collier Dobson. Those wishing to upgrade their homes will doubtless want to visit Foy & Co. Interiors for a complete range of fabrics and furnishings.

“Horse and Rider I” by Josie Appleby, available from Collier Dobson

Of course, the Show wouldn’t be complete without the huge range of equestrian equipment on offer, to suit everything from the Show’s smallest Shetland competitors to biggest Shire horses parading in the arenas. Top of the list for the latest equipment is LeMieux, whose colour-coordinated horse and rider sets are hugely popular. They will be bringing a wide selection of their collection to the Show, including saddlery, boots and leg protection, grooming, stable and yard equipment and a plenty of options for rider-wear. Those in search of quality leatherwork will want to visit the range of saddlers on offer, including English Bridles and Sue Carson Saddles, while Equine America, Equitex and Maxima Equestrian will be on hand with supplements, saddle pads and pony pick & mix.

Classic Bridle from English Bridles

Finally, it’s not a trip to Royal Windsor without a visit to the Official Merchandise stand! The new range for 2024 includes rugs and class hoodies, alongside homeware and new limited edition scarves.

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