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14.07.17

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Preen – Hintze Hall Launch Event

Having been camera shy for the State Banquet at Buckingham Palace, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attended the reopening of Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum on Thursday (July 13) in London.

She wore a Preen by Thornton Bregazzi dress which possessed a classic silhouette and was super flattering.

I was starting to feel very ho-hum about the light-blue hue until I scanned to her shoes.

That’s two outings sans L.K. Bennett or Gianvito Rossi suede pumps in a row.

I had to do a double check that night-time fatigue wasn’t playing tricks on me and Catherine was really wearing the same Prada scalloped sandals we recently saw in red on Gemma Arteton and countless other celebs.

What’s next? Louboutins? Now that would send me over the edge with shock.

Prada Scalloped Suede Sandals

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Who Wore Preen Better? Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge or Mandy Moore?

When it comes to Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge’s style, I’ve made no secret of the fact that I’m not overly enamored by it.

However, the sight of her in this red Preen dress – with colour coordinated accessories – worn during her tour of Canada back in September fills me with so much joy.

Mandy Moore has been off the ball lately, but her blue Preen dress was electrifying.

The look was easily her best this month following a heavy promo tour for ‘This Is Us’, but Catherine wins my vote mostly due to this being one of her best ever looks to date.

Preen Finella midi dress

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Rowan Blanchard In Preen – Children Mending Hearts 9th Annual Empathy Rocks

Beverly Hills played host to the Children Mending Hearts 9th Annual Empathy Rocks fundraiser, which saw actress Rowan Blanchard in attendance on Sunday (June 11).

The Disney star lived up to her young fashionista reputation with a quirky Preen Spring 2017 dress that playful combined a trio of plaid.

Her dress looked less boxy than the similar style seen on Preen’s runway, so I prefer her commercial version which offers far less frills.

I love how her bejewelled heels added a luxe touch, even if the dark cross strap heels made for a sharp contrast with the outfit.

Would you have preferred a lighter shoe for Rowan?

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08.06.17

Kristen Stewart In Milly & Preen – The Bear Awards Los Angeles Gala

Kristen Stewart was in attendance at the Brady Center’s Bear Awards Gala on Wednesday (June 7) in LA.

I love the way she injected some feminine allure into her tomboy-trendy style with this painterly, Victorian rose-printed skirt from the Preen Fall 2017 collection.

Some might say that topping the skirt with a black Milly cropped sweater and black Giuseppe Zanotti sandals was a harsh counterpoint to the softer, pink chiffon-wrapped skirt.

But the no-nonsense edge worked for Kristen’s fashion personality, with a pretty yet sultry smoky eye to finish the look.

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08.06.17

Mandy Moore In Preen – This Is Us’ TV Show FYC Event

Mandy Moore broke her uninspiring run of ‘meh’ red carpet looks by bringing a pop of colour to the ‘This is Us’ TV show FYC event on Wednesday ( June 7).

Taken from the Pre-Fall 2017 collection, her Preen ‘Finella’ gown had an air of timeless grace.

I loved the off-shoulder detail and the added pop of colour via her striped turquoise Edie Parker ‘Jean’ clutch.

Preen’s vibrant palette was inspired by 90s rave culture with added ethereal touches; and Mandy’s ensemble is no different.

Some might be craving a more vivid heel than her Tamara Mellon ‘Frontline’ sandals, but they looked elegant nonetheless.

You may remember that this dress was previous worn in red by Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.

Preen Finella midi dress

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Lily James In Preen – 2017 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

Lily James graced the 2017 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards on Tuesday (June 6) in a romantic Preen Spring 2017 dress.

The tea dress embodied all things spring. I particularly love the movement of this lightweight number, something that resonated with the whole of the spring collection.

The playful ruffles and pretty print are uber-feminine whilst the velvet belt gives a lovely shape to this dress.

I wish the hair could have been a little more carefree. Perhaps a wispy updo would have been in-keeping with this ensemble.

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