All eyes were on the Duchess of Cambridge Tuesday. She started the day making a fashionable appearance at a charity event at London's Islington Town Hall. But before the day was over, she stepped out in style again.
In the evening, Kate attended the 100 Women in Hedge Funds reception and gala dinner at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
The Duchess wore a floor-length gown by designer Erdem Moralioglu. The royal blue and deep red orchid print dress came complete with a long, sweeping ruffle.
While the dress could be considered a work of art on its own, Kate was at the gala to support a different sort of artistic expression. The event was held to benefit The Art Room, a national charity that utilizes art therapy to assist children experiencing behavioral and emotional problems.
Duchess Kate has been the royal patron of The Art Room since 2012.