JENNY PACKHAM

For Spring, the British designer turned out the signature elegance that’s made her a firm favorite of the Duchess of Cambridge (among others). She’s known for her ornate embellishments and this season’s range from floral embroidery on organza to oversized crystals and pearls, hologram sequins, and tassels—all inspired by Princess Pauline Bonaparte, Napoleon’s sister known for her opulent wardrobe and striking looks. Find them on floor-sweeping, princess maxis; high-octane, red carpet-ready gowns; and more prim midis and minis.
The buys: the black ruffle-shouldered, tiered gown. For a bit more drama, look to the long-sleeve, mint green sequin floor-sweeper.

JENNY PACKHAM

For Spring, the British designer turned out the signature elegance that’s made her a firm favorite of the Duchess of Cambridge (among others). She’s known for her ornate embellishments and this season’s range from floral embroidery on organza to oversized crystals and pearls, hologram sequins, and tassels—all inspired by Princess Pauline Bonaparte, Napoleon’s sister known for her opulent wardrobe and striking looks. Find them on floor-sweeping, princess maxis; high-octane, red carpet-ready gowns; and more prim midis and minis.
The buys: the black ruffle-shouldered, tiered gown. For a bit more drama, look to the long-sleeve, mint green sequin floor-sweeper.

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