The latest set of Kate Middleton comes with a lot of real ties, and it turns out that she was inspired by Queen Elizabeth herself!
For the solo visit to the Victoria and Albert Museum on Wednesday to visit its new Photography Center, the real mother of three children wore a new tight-fitting tweed dress with Erdem shoulders from its Spring 2018 collection that featured a burgundy belt, details of buttons and a flared skirt.
In addition to being a favorite brand of Princess Eugenia, the fiancee even chose a floral dress with a pleated skirt by the British designer for her engagement photos, and Erdem has been thrown as potentially behind her wedding dress – Erdem Miró al monarca by creative influence. Specifically, the Spring 2018 collection from which Kate's dress originated was inspired by the Queen's reunion in 1958 with American jazz pianist Duke Ellington.
"His father [King George VI] he had been a big fan of his music, and when they met, he was so in love with her that he wrote a piece of music called "The Queen's Suite," said Erdem Moralioglu after a show at the London Fashion Week. last year, according to The Telegraph.
"Thinking of The Cotton Club, Harlem, Dorothy Dandridge, Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday," he added. "What if she went to New York, and if Dorothy Dandridge ended up in Buckingham Palace?"
As a result, the Erdem collection included re-imagined floral dresses, gloves and ruffles.
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Of course, Princess Kate added her own touches to make her own outfit, including Jimmy Choo's matching velvet heels and a clutch. She combed her hair with her distinctive outburst and wore Erdem's $ 1,220 crystal and pearl hoop earrings.
Kate returned to royal service last week after being on maternity leave since the birth of Prince Louis in April.