Fashion Police at the Duke of Cambridge’s Gala Dinner for the Royal Marsden

Our celebrity style suspects partied with none other than the Duke of Cambridge last night, at a charity gala dinner, to raise funds for the Royal Marsden Hospital, of which the Duke and Duchess are patrons.

Joining the Duke at Windsor Castle were the likes of Ralph Lauren, Benedick Cumberbatch, Emily Watson, Kate Moss and more. Did they manage to dress themselves in a manner befitting the occasion, though? Well, let’s take a look and see. In the pages which follow, we’ve compiled a dossier of photographic evidence: feel free to page through and give us your comments on each celebrity’s attire. Most importantly, we need to know:

Who was the best dressed? And who should be locked up in Fashion Police jail? Let’s see…

4 Comments

  • May 14, 2014

    Sharon

    Not appropriate. This is not the red carpet event, or maybe it is a REAL red carpet! If the slit had to be there it should have been lower, plus her leg looks awful. Lack of class on this one! Neckline is debatable.

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  • May 14, 2014

    Claire

    Yes, Kate Moss does look a little oversexy for a royal event, and the dress is not very becoming on her either. Zhang Ziyi looks especially nice.

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  • May 15, 2014

    Pink Princess

    Helena Bonham-Carter is a “league” on her own!
    She has a unique personal style and, even if sometimes it’s far too extravagant, she manages to make the difference.
    I’m not saying that she always makes a difference in a good way but I’d rather look at an Helena’s extravaganza that Kate Moss appearing in black for the n-plus-one time…

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  • May 26, 2014

    Claudia

    I love Emma Watson’s look, and Helena Bonham Carter I think is perfect even if she looks as if she just climbed out of a rag container. I never saw the phrase “personality to pull it off” so well illustrated as in her. Not one of the women, however, can compare with the Duke – but that’s not a fair comparison anyway, because, with warm-blooded animals, the males are the beautiful sex, not the females, no matter how much dyed fur and feathers we put on.

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