Prince Harry’s cousin Lady Amelia Windsor attended TVR’s unveiling of a brand new range of electric vehicles at MNKY HSE wearing Ahluwalia
Lady Amelia Windsor has established itself as a pioneer in conscious shopping – and frequently releases new outfits designed by local brands and independent designers. However, the socialite also loves a designer look and recently attended TVR’s unveiling of a brand new range of electric vehicles at MNKY HSE wearing Ahluwalia.
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Lady Amelia, 26, sported a two-tone tangerine orange and hot pink satin number designed by the up-and-coming brand, which shot to prominence after brand founder Priya Ahluwalia won both the BFC/GQ Designer Menswear Fund 2021 and the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design.
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Boasting a richly vibrant color palette, mini silhouette, strappy detailing, asymmetrical effect and ruched texture, the exquisite garment has added another It-girl item to the enviable wardrobe. by Lady Amelia.
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To complete her designer aesthetic, the star wore her sandy blonde tresses loose and donned a pair of chunky pink heels with a lavish raspberry brocade finish and open toe.
Lady Amelia took to social media to share her luxe look, along with the caption: ‘I’m going to rock electric avenue @tvrofficial #tvrevolution #tvrgriffith’, along with a series of car emojis, hearts of love and lightning.
Lady Amelia looked radiant in satin
Fans and friends were quick to rejoice over the royal’s dress. “That dress looks great on you,” one said, while another added, “These colors!” A third commented: “Beautiful”.
Treat yourself to Lady Amelia’s new designer number of the season that’s sure to enrich your summer wardrobe with high-octane glamour.
Jade Gathered Recycled Fiber Satin Dress, £690, Ahluwalia
Lady Amelia recently exuded sixties mystique in a crochet top and flared jeans. Edinburgh University graduate wore a knit strappy top from sustainable brand Chaos and Color. The ‘Himalayan Knit’ comes in shades of apricot and dark pink, made from natural dyes and hand-spun nomadic lambswool and features a classic camisole silhouette.
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She went bare-faced as she smiled for the cameras in a colorful hotel setting. The star spent a laid-back weekend at the Bristol Harbor Hotel & Spa, whose bold interior showcased its rustic ensemble.
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