Looks of The Week 06/03/20

Primness with a subversive kick. Even the Duchess turned tradition on its head


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DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE

She's grown into a confidently polished dresser, and on a trip to Ireland on Tuesday, Kate selected a sleek Catherine Walker double breasted coat, the long-serving Royal designer showcasing why the label continues to be a Royal favourite. A printed mid-length day dress from Alessandra Rich's spring 2020 collection, L.K Bennett clutch and velvet headband complete the look.

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CAROLINE ISSA

The street style veteran shows the newbies how it's done, wearing this tonal ensemble with a Wandler bag outside the Altuzarra show during Paris Fashion Week.

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ALEXA CHUNG

Also out and about during Paris Fashion Week, Alexa looks particularly great in a 1940s Mildred Pierce inspired coat dress from Miu Miu, while attending the label's show at its regular site at Palais d'Iéna.

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MADEMOISELLE YULIA

Also at Miu Miu, the Japanese DJ and musician adds an irreverent twist on this Derby Day inspired look from Miu Miu, complete with basket bag, gloves and big hat.

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HARRY STYLES

Once again in pearls and Gucci, the singer keeps it prim and proper — with a kick — at the SiriusXM Studios in New York.

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YOYO CAO

Singaporean influencer Yoyo pauses in between shows. I like the mix of textures and colour with this Chanel jacket, Ganni trousers and hat from Ruslan Baginskiy outside the Elie Saab show in Paris.

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LEA SEYDOUX

The actress and Louis Vuitton ambassador attends the label's show during Paris Fashion Week naturally wearing a look from the house. The mix of a mini-skirt suit and knee high boots nods to 60s Courreges shapes and silhouettes that designer Nicolas Ghesquière often cites in his collections.

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