How many times have you seen them use Queen Elizabeth as an inspiration? That’s right, countless times we’ve seen it in clothes, songs, paintings, movies and even toys. It is clear that she has marked an entire cultural era for more than 60 years.
Alexander McQueen, Vivienne Westwood and Ian Griffiths have been designers who were inspired by Queen Elizabeth for their collections, Norman Hartnell was an English fashion designer who became known in the 50’s for officially beginning to dress the Royal Family. Even until the day of his death I did not cease to be an inspiration, since Vogue magazine in England released a special edition for this event.
Series and movies
We all know the series The Crown that, as its name indicates, tells the story of the Royal Family with a bit of drama, likewise as part of this inspiration The Simpsons have created several chapters where Queen Elizabeth appears as the protagonist. In the children’s film The Minions she also makes a small appearance and not to mention the endless number of documentaries about her life.
The British band Sex The Pistols, The Beatles and the famous group Queen, had no problem taking risks to get inspiration for their music. There are various independent groups and artists who have written songs for or referencing her.
The famous Barbie doll had a special edition this year which began to sell from May, if you are a fan of The Royals this is your chance before they run out. The Funko brand did not hesitate to have this figure along with its famous corgi dogs.
Artists and painters like Andy Warhol were inspired by his face to give life to different works. Likewise, there are sculptures and galleries with her name or with some element that represented her.