Katherine Jenkins In Roksanda Ilincic – Royal Ascot

Katherine Jenkins In Roksanda Ilincic Pre-Fall 2013 - Royal Ascot

Katherine Jenkins made a brilliantly bold entrance today at the Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse in England.

The singer was a vision in a vibrantly hued, colour-blocked dress from Roksanda Ilincic’s Pre-Fall 2013 collection.┬áThe hot orange and pink shades were mirrored in the impressively artistic Philip Treacy fascinator, which topped off this frock with a grand flourish.

While the rationale behind her nude Anya Hindmarch ‘Seymour’ clutch was probably to avoid distracting from her strong look, the opposite effect seemed to happen, as I found myself focusing on the odd-colour-out.

With her vivid Dayglo hues, Katherine smartly wore a daintier sandal and kept her makeup rather neutral, while slicking her hair into a simple updo.

You may recall that Naomie Harris wore this dress earlier this year, styled to much different effect.

Roksanda Ilincic

Roksanda Ilincic ‘Sessler’ DressNet-A-Porter.com, Matches Fashion and Ssense.com
Anya Hindmarch ‘Seymour’ clutchAnyaHindmarch.com
Credit: Style.com & Getty

22 thoughts on “Katherine Jenkins In Roksanda Ilincic – Royal Ascot

  1. Bec

    Ohhhhh that clutch :( It ruins an almost perfect look, had it been a pretty pink clutch this would have been my BDOTW!

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  2. Alicat

    She looks stunning. I love the colour combination, the floatiness of the dress and the sculptural fun of the fascinator. She looks like she’s enjoying herself too. Lovely smile.

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  3. KatieKate

    In total love with the colors, and the fascinator is to die! The clutch almost kills it, and I can’t see the shoes well enough to love or hate them, but they don’t add anything.

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    1. Rashmi

      Yupp.. just amazing !! In love with the color and the styling lets the dress and the hat be the highlight!

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  4. Beta

    I love the dress and fascinator. I dont usually like hats or fascinators as I find them a bit of a joke but here it works perfectly. I like that she shortened the hem a bit (in Naomi’s version I found it too long)

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  5. kane

    As everybody else I love dress and fascinator. Shoes and clutch are a shame, but I wonder what would have worked with this orange and pink.

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  6. EmmaWoodhouse

    The fascinator and the dress together are a delight. Although the shoes and clutch are fine, I think she should have continued with the pink/orange theme.

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  7. Carrie

    I was there (donning Roksanda and Philip Treacy myself!), and she looked great! I would have picked different shoes, but nevertheless she looked radiant and like she was having a fabulous time.

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