It’s a signature lemonade Oscar de la Renta the one that Meghan offered us as the first appearance after the announcement of the expectation of her second child. The space of a few minutes in the event was enough Spotify Stream On to send communities dedicated to the style of the Duchess of Sussex. Sitting next to Harry in his living room Montecito, Meghan showed off the silk dress made in Italy, sleeveless and round neck, with a cut inspired by the glamor of the 60s.
The Citrus Primavera Peplum Hem Dress even mentions Botticelli with the famous work exhibited in the Uffizi: the lemons and the leaves that lick the neck worked in fil coupé seem not by chance painted. Under accessories, the watch seems to be visible on the wrist of the former actress Cartier Tank Française in 18-karat yellow gold that belonged to her mother-in-law Diana probably paired with the bracelet as usual Love, also by Cartier, and another jewel created by Monica Vinader.
The garment, still available on some sites for the modest sum of 3 thousand euros and some brisk, belongs to Resort 2021 collection by Oscar de la Renta. Designed by the creative duo Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia in a critical period like that of the pandemic with the aim of showing the quintessence of the brand, it is not destined for some red carpet or who knows what important event the maison is used to but is rather designed to be worn on domestic occasions given the frugality The Sussex sofa from Los Angeles therefore perfectly meets these requirements.
After Carolina Herrera Meghan, a few days after the news of the new pregnancy, opts for another important American brand. The two New York fashion houses have a lot in common, so much so that a few years ago they fought over the creative direction of Laura Kim, which ended in Oscar de la Renta, after a legal battle based on non-competition clauses.
The White House is also another playground in which the brands are used to challenge each other First Ladies. Jill Biden really wore an Oscar de la Renta on the day of her husband Joe’s victory in the US elections while Kamala Harris appeared in a power suit white by Carolina Herrera in homage to the Suffragettes. Now that the return to the United Kingdom within the Royal Family seems to be definitively averted, do these two brands perhaps reveal much more of Meghan’s ambitions in her native country? “If life gives you lemons, make a lemonade” they say in America. Here, ours has returned to give us a lemonade of hers which, to our great satisfaction, always offers us something to (un) talk about. The important thing is that, for better or for worse, they are always properly branded. Having known it for a few years now, we are ready to bet that it will not disappoint us.