Erdem Iman Dress


Duchess wore Erdem Iman Dress in October 2018 during her first visit to Victoria and Albert Museum at its Royal patron.

The story behind Dress is really interesting, “After discovering that Queen Elizabeth II was a fan of jazz, Erdem Moralıoğlu designed his Spring ’18 collection around what the Queen might have worn to Harlem’s Cotton Club.”

The $1900 sold out dress from label’s Spring 2018 is described on Net-a-Porter as, This Italian-made dress is cut from lightly frayed bouclé-tweed and encrusted with crystal and faux pearl embellishments. The layered off-the-shoulder neckline sweeps across the décolletage, while the fluted hem gently ripples as you walk.

Duchess wore the runway version of the dress that has tea-length and a cutout on the waist and no seems on the bodice.

Duchess of Cambridge arrived at Victoria and Albert Museum
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