Duchess Kate’s new look at the fashion awards ceremony for British young designers also convinced Vogue boss Edward Enninful. He said he was “inspired” by her style.
London – This year, Queen Elizabeth II (96) sent Duchess Kate as her representative, who thus had the honorable task of presenting this year’s fashion prize to a lucky young designer.
Following in the footsteps of Vogue legend Anna Wintour (72), Vogue boss Edward Enninful (50) raved about Kate’s happy hand for fashion and praised her style as “inspirational”.
Duchess Kate as a royal replacement was a good choice for Queen Elizabeth II. Once again, the sporty royal proved her passion for fashion in a monochrome outfit, which caused a lot of excitement among photographers and guests at London’s Design Museum. The annual Queen Elizabeth II Fashion Awards, presented at the British Fashion Council Foundation event, recognizes the role of the British fashion industry in the world.
The mother-of-three ventured into new territory with her designer dress, instead of trusting her usual brands, this time she dressed in a structured emerald green midi dress by British-Canadian designer Edeline Lee. The simple piece looked simply stunning on Duchess Kate. Ties on the elbows, a sophisticated ruffle on the high neck, two golden belt buckles as eye-catchers on the narrow waist put the advantages of Kate’s silhouette in the right light. Golden recycled statement earrings by Nadia Irena, matching emerald green pumps and a clutch bag by Emmy London completed the look, which should be estimated at around 1,600 euros.
The British-Guyanese designer Saul Nash (29) received the award from his wife Prince Williams (39) this year. The award is presented to designers who demonstrate both originality and community engagement. Kate later shared impressions of the fashion event with her fans on Instagram.