Zara Phillips unveils fashion range
Zara Phillips has teamed up with Musto to produce a new range of designer clothing – the ZP 176 collection.
The eventing superstar, who is the daughter of Princess Anne, has named the new range after the eventing number she first wore when representing Great Britain in international tournaments.
Phillips teams up with Musto
The collection consists of eight pieces, ranging from £35 for a long sleeve riding top to £200 for a fleece jacket. Phillips, who gold medals at the 2005 and 2007 European Eventing Championships, is currently on the lookout for a new horse that can help realise her dream of winning a medal at the 2012 Olympics in London. Her beloved horse Toytown has suffered numerous recurrent injuries during the last few years, and is no longer fit to compete.
Phillips revealed her pride at helping Musto with the production of the range:
"I've been wearing Musto all my life which started with the sailing range.
"I wear Musto all the time while training and competing. It's brilliant for keeping me warm and dry. I'm really excited about the ZP '176' Collection; it combines technical fabrics with equestrian sport styling for jackets that really perform."
The Chief Executive of the clothing firm, Nigel Musto, spoke of his excitement about the collection:
“Zara's own equestrian range for Musto really takes the relationship to the next level. Zara has been heavily involved with the product designs, rigorously testing each garment ensuring she is happy with the style and fit. She is a dedicated and extremely successful horsewoman and is a natural fit with the brand."
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