Photo: Richard Lea-Hair and Jason Lloyd-Evans

Last night, the palace was rocking—and not because Prince George is a poor sleeper. Rather, fashion icon Giles Deacon presented a collection of pieces from his archive accented with avant-garde headpieces by Stephen Jones in the Orangery at Kensington Palace. Before the show, Tallulah Harlech and M.I.A., both in Giles, chatted up designers Bella Freud and Jonathan Saunders. And when the runway show—styled by Katie Grand—finally commenced, all eyes were on the catwalk and the stellar lineup of models, including Erin O’Connor, Jacquetta Wheeler, Jessica Stam, and Tati Cotliar. The closing look? A dreamy chiffon gown with red ostrich feathers sported by Catherine McNeil. Truly a fairy-tale ending fit for modern-day fashion royalty.

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