The Queen uses some magic to create some gowns, employs dressmakers for when she feels like wearing gowns with the “home made” touch, and occasionally “imports” from Earth dresses she likes the look of. What usually happens here is a clothes collection goes missing and the puzzled designer finds a bag of money paying for it and never ever finds out who their anonymous, impatient client was. Lingerie has to be hand made (imports from France when the Queen spots something she likes - there are perks to having to keep an eye on Earth and this is one of them). Eileen feels the Queen has far too many gowns though the monarch has pointed out many times that the godmother has more than her fair share of practical separates. The Queen feels the difference in class here is amazing and not in a good way. She has offered Eileen some of her gowns but the godmother retorted when she wants to fly with her skirts billowing around her, she’ll be sure to let the Queen know.
The Queen regularly holds concerts in the Palace grounds to mark great occasions including her birthday and if she wants to honour someone. She also holds these music events to invite different sections of the community at large to spend some time at the Palace. Sometimes this is done by group - all the dwarves in this village and that one and so on. Sometimes she invites the children of all species from a certain place. The latter love the concerts and behave very well (this is something that has taken the cynical Lord Chamberlain by surprise). The gesture is meant to be a sign of unity between the differing species and to confirm the Fairy Crown honours them all. Yes, the orcs did go to a concert but they requested and got what we would consider a hard rock band. The Queen wore a fixed smile all evening and it is widely believe she had ear plugs in under her wonderful hair but there is no way she will ever confirm or deny this. The orcs just claim it’s malicious gossip to make them look bad just because they think violin music is “cissy”.