Looks Of The Week 26/10/18

Trad and true. Fairytales inspire some drama with these head-turning gowns


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THE DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE

As Meghan Markle hits her sartorial stride during her first official Royal Tour, back at Buckingham Palace the Duchess of Cambridge ramps up the Royal factor with a pale blue Alexander McQueen gown worn with the Cambridge Lover’s Knot tiara once owned by her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana. Catherine also wore a yellow ribbon brooch with the monarch's portrait pinned to her dress, a royal family order given to the Duchess by the Queen.

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THE DUCHESS AND DUKE OF SUSSEX

On day one of their visit to Tonga, the couple attend a state dinner at the Royal Residence of Tonga in Nuku’alofa. While Harry sharpens up in a traditional tux, Megan opts for an elegant white gown by Theia Couture.

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ROSAMUND PIKE

Out to promote her latest film A Private War, the British actress takes on Givenchy’s gothic glamour in this spring 2018 haute couture look, complete with dramatic wool coat.

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TRACEE ELLIS ROSS

Looking like her mother Diana Ross, Tracee lights up the arrivals at the 4th Annual InStyle Awards at The Getty Center in Los Angeles, wearing a Giambattista Valli fall 2018 haute couture gown with fun Christian Louboutin pink patent pumps.

With next year’s Met Gala theme based around the idea of ‘Camp: Notes On Fashion', we hope Tracee will be in attendance, if only to see how the confident dresser will interpret the theme.

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