Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden may seem to have a full plate, but the future queen is gamely adding a new title to her royal resume: fashion designer. The 39-year-old and her husband, Prince Daniel, have teamed up with H&M for a good cause.
Victoria, who is a fan of the high street brand, joined forces with the Swedish company to design a clothing line in partnership with her's and Daniel’s initiative GEN-PEP. The non-profit organization works to raise awareness and get individuals involved in promoting the health of children.
Former fitness instructor Prince Daniel launched Generation Pep back in July. More recently, he and Victoria got renowned physicist Stephen Hawking involved in the initiative during their autumn visit to Cambridge.
Discussing the royal couple’s new collaboration with H&M, a spokesperson for the retail company told Sweden’s Expressen, “We were contacted by them during the spring and think it feels obvious and inspiring to be part of the initiative.”
“The goal has been to create functional and cool products that are affordable, appeals to children and to encourage a more active lifestyle,” the rep added. The new clothing line’s slogan is functional and cool sportswear for children – for a good price.”
The collection, which launches both in store and online January 2017, was designed with “laser-cut star graphics with silver and reflective details on all garments” and consists of clothing, shoes and accessories.
Victoria has worn H&M on a number of occasions, including the recent 2016 Nobel Prize Banquet in Stockholm. The crown princess wowed at the Dec. 10 event, donning a one-shoulder custom H&M gown.