Today, the Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) officially opened the Exhibition Road Quarter at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
The Exhibition Road Quarter provides a new entrance to the museum, the UK’s first porcelain tiled public courtyard and a purpose-built gallery for temporary exhibitions. It’s the V&A’s largest architectural project in 100 years and it’s created new public areas and gallery spaces for London.
For the event, Kate chose a black and ivory tweed mini dress by Gucci.
The cotton-blend tweed dress is trimmed with red and navy blue grosgrain ribbons and featured faux pearl embellishments.
Kate paired with her L.K. Bennett Art pumps (first worn in 2011).
She wore her Annoushka Pearl Drop Earrings with Kiki McDonough hooks.
She carried a new red clutch bag – ID currently unknown.