The Duchess of Cambridge is known for her classic clothing style but switched it up on Tuesday evening (27 October) with this floor-length, brightly-coloured patterned dress by Erdem, which reportedly retails for around £2,660.
Kate's known to be a fan of the label.
She's worn Erdem at numerous high-profile occasions including Trooping The Colour and official visits abroad to the likes of Canada and Singapore.
Last night's event, held at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, was in aid of The Art Room charity, of which Kate is a patron. The organisation aims to use art to help children with behavioural and emotional difficulties.
100 Women In Hedge Funds is a non-profit organisation made up from more than 13,000 professional women across the world, who work to help their communities through education, professional initiatives and philanthropy.
Kate is a patron of the organisation alongside husband Prince William and her brother-in-law Prince Harry.
This has been a busy week for Kate: as well as yesterday's charity event, she also visited the Chance UK organisation in London, to learn about work to help children in London. The evening before she attended the Spectre world premiere after spending a day at BAFTA headquarters attending an animation masterclass.
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