Cara Delevingne makes a statement wherever she goes, weddings included. The model and actress attended Princess Eugenie’s nuptials today in Windsor, England, wearing a morning suit by Emporio Armani and chic top hat by Nick Fouquet.
The latter she had to hold in place with both hands to stop it flying away in the wind, which was blowing up a storm as guests arrived at Saint George’s chapel.
Delevingne’s version of a traditional morning suit involved a cropped jacket and tuxedo pants by Italian label Emporio Armani and came teamed with vertiginous stiletto pumps by another famous Italian brand. Casadei’s famous blade heels, if you please — the talons on this particular pair are encrusted with tiny pearls. Delevingne is evidently a fan of the shoes because she also wore them two days ago to an event for Amazon Prime.
Always ahead of the trends, Delevingne has been working a suit for a while now, most recently by Burberry at the label’s Her fragrance launch on Wednesday in London.
Genderless dressing has been gaining ground for some time. At the spring ’19 men’s shows in June, female celebrity frowers including Bella Hadid and Rihanna wore looks from Kim Jones’ Dior Homme and Virgil Abloh’s Louis Vuitton shows, respectively.
For his co-ed Celine debut last month over Paris Fashion Week, all the looks worn by Hedi Slimane’s male contingent turned out to be unisex, while Francesco Russo created a unisex footwear capsule dubbed A-Gender. It featured his famous Flame heels in sizes 35 to 45.