Princess Eugenie shared a series of Instagram stories on Monday evening, explaining the work of her charity, Anti Slavery Collective. In the videos, the daughter of Prince Andrew looked stunning, wearing a beautiful black dress coat, that was tailored to perfection. It had slightly exaggerated shoulder pads, wide lapels and series of gold, embossed buttons running down the front. Everyone needs a smart black coat in their lives - it fits every occasion and is totally timeless. The younger sister of Princess Beatrice wore her dark brown hair in a lightly curled style and her makeup looked on point. She added a poppy brooch for Remembrance Day, which falls on 11 November.
Princess Eugenie wowed royal fans in her black coat
Just over a year ago, the 29-year-old married her long-term love Jack Brooksbank at St. frock by Zac Posen for her evening reception. However Eugenie will be sad to hear that the designers label has recently closed.
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Last week after 18 years in business, he announced his namesake business will be no more, despite being a celebrity and royal favourite.
Zac Posen made Princess Eugenie's second wedding dress
Zac told WWD: "The board made a difficult decision. We were in a sale process and we ran out of time. There was a board vote. We had to make the call. My partners and I tried everything possible within our means to find solutions to keep it going. I have been trying to find the right strategic partners at this tough time in retail and in the industry. The clock ran out."
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Zac debuted his Spring/Summer 20 collection in September, which will sadly now no longer be shipped.
The 39-year-old shared a picture of his team on Instagram, and wrote: “I want to express my appreciation to our extraordinary team and for all those who have stood by me and the brand. I owe a great deal of gratitude for their unwavering support for and dedication to the Company. I am grateful to the team who lent their incomparable talent and commitment along the way. I remain incredibly proud of what we created and hopeful for the future. Love ZP."
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