Meghan and Harry attended the NAACP Awards tonight as they were honoured with the NAACP President’s Award, given in recognition of Harry and Meghan’s special achievement and distinguished public service.
Meghan dazzled in a gorgeous bespoke dress by designer Christopher John Rogers. The designer also shared the details about the look in an article for Vogue.
Here is a little taste of the Vogue article about the look:
Rogers mixed high octane glamor with American pragmatism in his four-ply silk custom creation, complete with a chiffon bust overlay. The trim body of the dress is adorned in a shade he calls “Cunningham Blue”— a nod to the cobalt-colored jacket worn by New York Times fashion photographer Bill Cunningham — and features two-foot train in addition to the train. “[It] is always really exciting being able to use color, and lots of different shades of the same color, to create some sort of graphicism, which is signature to me,” he says. “It’s something that feels fresh and right for now.” The Duchess finished off the look with Aquazzura’s Celeste sandals.
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