A fashion collection inspired by Mary Queen of Scots is to travel to London Fashion Week.

Catwalk show ‘Women of the Crown’ pays tribute to the Scots monarch, co-ordinated between Historic Environment Scotland (HES) and award-winning American fashion designer, Jeff Garner.

Highlights include dramatic accents of lace and tartan, and every look mirrored the style of the Royal - with a contemporary touch.

The show was first seen in the Great Hall of Edinburgh Castle on the eve of the anniversary of the monarch's execution last week.

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And now, the collection is preparing to travel to London Fashion Week before touring internationally.

Cabinet secretary for the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform, Roseanna Cunningham MSP attended the collection's premiere in Edinburgh.

She said: "I congratulate both Historic Environment Scotland and Mr Garner on their inspiring collaboration.

"I’m delighted that Mr Garner has found inspiration from Scotland, our rich history and creative industries.

"The ethos of sustainable fashion and focus on local craftsmanship really brings into light the value of our textile heritage and the increasing value it will play in the future of fashion.”

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The collection incorporated the sustainable elements of utilising local manufactures and traditional crafts.

An array of Scottish suppliers and brands featured in the show, including Kirkcaldy Linens, Lochcarron of Scotland, Knockando Woolmill, MYB Textiles, Maggie Mowbray Millinery, Ecclectic Shock Jewellery and T-Gold Eco shoes.

Natasha Troitino, head of retail at Historic Environment Scotland, said: "This has been such an exciting project to work on with Jeff, and we are delighted to finally see it come to life on the catwalk and share it with all of our guests."