It’s been a while since we’ve seen the Duchess of Sussex at an official event, but Meghan provided us with some welcome fashion inspiration for the festive season last night.
Harry and Meghan flew to New York to attend the 2022 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Ripple of Hope Awards, and they both looked suitably stylish for the occasion. The Duchess wore a timeless Louis Vuitton off-the-shoulder dress, tailor-made for her by Nicolas Ghesquière, and featured long sleeves and a structured skirt with a slit in the front. She styled her dress with sparkling diamond earrings, a black clutch and classic black pointy heels.
His choice of white for the evening was significant and particularly eventful; the shadow being a signifier of peace. Meghan knows all too well that what she wears matters, and every element of her look will have been intentional – down to the addition of an aquamarine cocktail ring that previously belonged to Princess Diana.
The Duchess wore her hair in her signature slicked up bun – a classic, elegant style that complemented the Bardot neckline perfectly. Prince Harry looked equally stylish in a dark blue suit and crisp white shirt.
Meghan’s simple yet effective ensemble is a perfect example of why her personal style is so timeless. She’s a master of capsule dressing and a perfect reminder that avoiding fleeting trends and instead focusing on what suits you is the best way to ensure that you always look chic, confident and well put together.
The off-the-shoulder silhouette becomes something of a signature for Meghan. This ivory dress takes the same style as her wedding dress – designed by Clare Waight Keller under the Givenchy brand – which she wore to marry Prince Harry in 2018.
The Sussexes were honored at last night’s ceremony for their charitable efforts through their Archewell Foundation, in particular for their work supporting Afghan refugees, in partnership with the NAACP, campaigning for paid parental leave and for a global access to vaccines.
Kerry Kennedy, President of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, said in a statement: “When the Duke and Duchess accepted our award winner invitation in March, we were thrilled. The couple have always stood out for their commitment to s to articulate and change the narrative about racial justice and global sanity. They embody the kind of moral courage my father once called the “essential and vital quality for those who seek to change a most painfully yielding world.” to change”.
Meghan and Harry made headlines last week, after releasing the trailer for their upcoming documentary, Harry & Meghan.
The docuseries, which premieres tomorrow on Netflix, will include “comments from friends and family, most of whom have never spoken publicly about what they witnessed, and historians who discuss the ‘State of the British Commonwealth Today and the Royal Family’s Relations with the Press’. “.
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