The Duchess of Cambridge attended the Art Fund Prize for Museum of the Year dinner this evening.
The annual £100,000 award celebrates museums and galleries across the UK.
Kate presented the award to this year’s winners, the Victoria and Albert Museum.
This year's ceremony took place in the spectacular setting of the Natural History Museum before an invited audience of leading culture and museum figures. The Duchess arrived wearing a new cream off-shoulder knit dress by Barbara Casasola.
This is the first occasion Kate has donned a garment by the Brazil-born, London-based designer. The "Tribal" dress is part of Barbara Casasola's minimalist Spring '16 runway collection. The midi dress is cut from figure-sculpting stretch-jersey and paneled with sheer mesh inserts for a sporty feel. This off-the-shoulder piece flares out from the thigh and originally retailed for US$2,210.
Kate also wore a new pair of heels by Brazilian footwear company Schutz. She premiered the'Dollie' Sandals in Clay suede (US$179.95) - thanks to @pballwizard202 for the ID. This is also a brand first for the Duchess. Both her dress and shoes have a link to Brazil ... could this be hint that Kate is heading to the Rio Olympics!?
Tonight, Kate carried her mystery beaded clutch which we first saw in 2012 at Claridge’s Thirty Club Dinner. It's speculated that it may be a vintage piece like her Magid clutch.
Unfortunately, there are still no clear photos of Kate's earrings. They appear to be mother of pearl drop earrings. What Kate Wore offers a closer look:
ID UPDATE (8 July 2016): We got a beter look at the earrings after Kate wore them again at Wimbledon. They are the Baroque Pearl Double Sided Earrings by Soru Jewellery (£130). The earrings are hand crafted with iridescent baroque pearls edged with multi faceted Swarovski crystals.
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