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has unveiled his new sustainable luxury his and hers clothing range in collaboration with Italian retail group, Yoox Net-A-Porter.
The Prince of Wales, 71, branded men's trousers. Stretchy Men's Pants said he believes it is 'utter madness to have a take, make, throw away approach' to clothing in a clip released to celebrate The Modern Artisan project - a fashion training programme co-founded by The Prince's Foundation.
Made up of 18 pieces, the royal's collection will include ten items for women and eight for men, with prices ranging from £395 to £1295.
It was designed in before being produced - mainly by hand - by students learning traditional skills at Dumfries House, the headquarters of The Prince's Foundation in Ayrshire, Scotland.
Prince Charles, who is an advocate of sustainable fashion and is often seen wearing the same garments again and Office men's trousers Office men's trousers casual pants again, recently told British Vogue how he preferred to get items 'repaired, rather than just throw it away'. 
Prince Charles (pictured centre left with the designers of the collection), 71, said he believes it is 'utter madness to have a take, make, throw away approach' to clothing in a clip released to celebrate The Modern Artisan project - a fashion training programme co-founded by The Prince's Foundation
Made up of 18 pieces, the royal's collection (pictured) will include ten items for women and eight for men, with prices ranging from £395 to £1295
The collection (pictured) boasts a checked suit jacket and matching wide leg trousers, High Waisted Men's Casual Pants. a women's navy jumpsuit, a white shirt and a grey cashmere bomber jacket
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