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When Prince Harry wears them he has good taste in clothes

When Prince Harry does wear them- he has good taste in clothes

Prince Harry was snapped wearing the iconic New Zealand label.
Untouched World is a luxury casual brand for men and women using the best of New Zealand materials and craftsmanship.
The brand has four stores in New Zealand, in Auckland Wellington Christchurch and Queenstown, and is sold in 15 countries.
Untouched World has an ever growing network of strong passionate followers who increasingly appreciate the effortless style and chic of the brand, and the sustainable values of the brand.

The royal family has a long history of association with Untouched World and its parent company Snowy Peak Ltd.
The Queen and Prince Philip became regular customers of the original knitwear brand some 16 years ago, after the Queen was presented with garments by the then Governor General Dame Cath Tizard and Prime Minister Jim Bolger during CHOGM in 1995, and since then all generations of the family have enjoyed the clothing.

Founder, CEO Peri Drysdale said “its great to see Prince Harry enjoying wearing Untouched World, it looks great on him - he is a popular, spirited member of the royal Family and very engaged in doing what he can to follow on the work of Princess Diana and has visited hospital patients, Aids victims, homeless people, orphans, young offenders and worked on schemes to improve people's health in poorer countries”.

Untouched World is the first and only clothing company in the world to be awarded the privilege of carrying the UNDESD logo in its clothing.


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