It's another Duchess spotting! And this time around, Kate Middleton is wearing Canadian-British designer, Erdem.
On Tuesday evening, the Duchess of Cambridge, attended the 100 Women in Hedge Funds black tie event at the Victoria and Albert museum in London wearing a floor-length Edrem floral "Alouette" gown, with angular seaming and a tiered gathered skirt (which could be yours for a smooth $4560). She paired the look with an Anya Hindmarch black satin clutch and gorgeous diamond and sapphire earrings that are reportedly passed down from the Queen's mum.
The Duchess, who is a patron of 100 Women in Hedge Funds' Philanthropic Initiatives, opted for her classic luscious loose curls and nude glossy lip.
There's no doubt that Middleton has been one busy (and fashionable) Duchess this week.
Earlier today, she attended the Chance UK charity event at Islington Town Hall in a grey Orla Kiely frock that she previously wore in 2012 to an engagement with father-in-law, Prince Charles.
And a mere 24 hours ago, the 33-year-old, along with her husband Prince William and Prince Harry, attended the premiere of the latest James Bond installment, "Spectre." She wore a stunning sheer Jenny Packham gown and threw her hair up in an elegant chignon updo. The premiere came after a full day of BAFTA events in a Tabitha Webb space themed dress.
Fashion game strong! Love ya, Kate!
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