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With Fashion Week kicking off in London, the Duke of Kent’s granddaughter made an impression today as she joined the flock of fashionistas hopping from show to show. 

Lady Amelia, who, at 27, is 42nd in line to the throne, displayed her sartorial flair as she attended Turkish designer Bora Aksu’s show at the Good Enough College in London House.

The petite beauty, once dubbed Britain’s Most Beautiful royal by Tattler magazine, donned a ruffled and deconstructed pink dress, which she wore with a chic padded khaki coat. 

The blonde royal, who attended the funeral of famed designer Vivienne Westwood in London yesterday, looked edgy in the gown, which was made of different pink materials patchworked together. 

She made her way to the front row where she commanded the room until the show started. 

Lady Amelia Windsor, who, at 27, is 42nd in line to the throne, displayed her sartorial flair as she attended the show of the Turkish designer Bora Aksu at the Good Enough College, in London House this morning

Lady Amelia Windsor, who, at 27, is 42nd in line to the throne, displayed her sartorial flair as she attended the show of the Turkish designer Bora Aksu at the Good Enough College, in London House this morning

Amelia beamed as she made her way to the show this morning, catching the eyes of photographer as she made her way to the Good Enough College. 

The ruffles of her dress overflowed from underneath her oversized padded coat, which reached down to her ankles. 

The dress, which was cinched at the waist, also had bouffant sleeves that added volume to the model’s silhouette. 

The confection was made of different materials, mixing velvet stripes with cotton and lace.  

Amelia, who is at home in the fashion world, paired it with a dainty box bag in pink shaped like a small house, and chunky black leather loafers and woollen ankle socks.

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She added a touch of bling with several gold rings on almost all her fingers,  colourful hoop earrings and a gold chain with heart-shaped gems. 

The royal styled her blonde tresses straight and tucked them behind her ears. 

She wore little makeup, with just a dash of foundation and mascara to highlight her harmonious features. 

The petite beauty, once dubbed Britain's Most Beautiful royal by Tattler magazine, donned a ruffled and deconstructed pink dress, which she wore with a chic padded khaki coat

The petite beauty, once dubbed Britain’s Most Beautiful royal by Tattler magazine, donned a ruffled and deconstructed pink dress, which she wore with a chic padded khaki coat

It has been a busy week for the socialite, who has been spotted several times galivanting around London.

Yesterday, she joined fashion royalty to pay her respect to the designer Vivienne Westwood at a memorial service at Southwark Cathedral, where she wore a sober black look with a bag from the designer. 

Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour and British Vogue editor Edward Enninful alongside designers Dame Zandra Rhodes, Erdem Moralioglu and Victoria Beckham were also in attendance.

The blonde royal, who attended the funeral of famed designer Vivienne Westwood in London yesterday, looked edgy in the gown

It was made of different pink materials patchworked together

The blonde royal, who attended the funeral of famed designer Vivienne Westwood in London yesterday, looked edgy in the gown, which was made of different pink materials patchworked together

 

Amelia commanded the room as she sat front row ahead of the show. This year's London Fashion Week was dedicated to the late designer Vivienne Westwood

Amelia commanded the room as she sat front row ahead of the show. This year’s London Fashion Week was dedicated to the late designer Vivienne Westwood 

In a tribute to the pioneering designer, who died aged 81 in December, many well-wishing A-listers wore classic Westwood designs, injecting bursts of colour and tartan into her memorial service in London today.

The Pretenders’ frontwoman Chrissie Hynde, who worked at Dame Vivienne’s and Malcolm McLaren’s boutique in punk’s early days, and singer-songwriter Nick Cave performed songs in tribute to the Grande Dame of fashion.

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Dame Vivienne was recognised as a punk legend, environmental activist and designer extraordinaire beloved of many A-listers in the fashion world. 

She emerged on the fashion scene in the 1970s, continued to break boundaries throughout her career and was responsible for some of fashion’s most famous designs.

The organisers of London Fashion Week have announced that the event will be dedicate to the late designer, who has been hailed the Queen of Punk. 

The royal donned the pink dress with chunky loafers and a dainty clutch bag shaped like a house

The royal donned the pink dress with chunky loafers and a dainty clutch bag shaped like a house 

The Turkish designer Bora Aksu is one of the brands kicking off this year's London Fashion Week

The Turkish designer Bora Aksu is one of the brands kicking off this year’s London Fashion Week 

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