Poll results: Kate’s 2016 outfits

A big thank you to everyone who participated in the 2016 fashion polls – I always enjoy seeing the results! The results are in and the readers’ favorites of Kate Middleton‘s 2016 wardrobe are: the Naeem Khan blue and white dress; the Catherine Walker red coat and dress; the Roland Mouret Nansen gown in royal blue; and the Goat Binky Blouse & Banana Republic Geo Jacquard Skirt.

As with my 2017 predictions poll results post, I’m going to bullet point the results of each poll in order of which entry got the most votes.

Favorites

Dress: Naeem Khan blue and white dress.

Kate wore so many dresses in 2016 that once you get past the top five the rest were pretty close in the votes. There were even two that didn’t get any votes at all. I’m glad to see my favorite, the LK Bennett Lasa, get in the top five.

The full results for Favorite 2016 Dress:

  1. Naeem Khan blue and white dress – 21.02%
  2. Preen red ‘Finella’ dress – 17.31%
  3. Jenny Packham blue dress – 12.9%
  4. Barbara Casasola off-the-shoulder white dress – 9.36%
  5. LK Bennett blue Lasa poppy print dress – 6.01%
  6. Temperley London ‘Desdemona Lace Dress’ in jade – 3.18%
  7. Alexander McQueen pink wool cashmere peplum dress – 2.65%
  8. Jenny Packham bespoke lace dress with peter pan collar – 2.47%
  9. Alexander McQueen bespoke ‘Obsession-Print Short-Sleeve Silk Dress’ – 2.3%
  10. Anita Dongre ‘Gulrukh Tunic Dress’ – 2.12%
  11. LK Bennett Eugenia Skirted Dress – 1.77%
  12. Roksanda Ilincic bespoke yellow ‘Ryedale’ dress – 1.59%
  13. Alexander McQueen bespoke pre-fall 2016 collection – 1.41%
  14. See by Chloé ‘Pointelle-knit cotton-blend dress’ in Ivory – 1.41%
  15. Glamorous maxi dress – 1.41%
  16. Roksanda Ilincic ‘Peridot’ dress – 1.24%
  17. Dolce & Gabbana ‘Cotton-blend lace dress’ – 1.24%
  18. Preen black ‘Finella’ dress – 1.24%
  19. Alexander McQueen bespoke Resort 2017 dress – 1.06%
  20. Lela Rose ‘Double Faced Twill Elbow Sleeve Dress’ – 1.06%
  21. Dolce & Gabbana bespoke ‘Pocket watch-appliqué crepe midi dress’ – 1.06%
  22. Topshop ‘Embroidered Smock Dress’ – 0.88%
  23. Kate Spade ‘Encore Rose Chiffon Dress’ – 0.88%
  24. Roksanda Ilincic ‘Blue Marwood Color-block Wool-crepe Dress’ – 0.88%
  25. LK Bennett Cersei Dress – 0.88%
  26. Alexander McQueen bespoke poppy print dress – 0.71%
  27. LK Bennett ‘Addison Printed Silk Dress’ – 0.71%
  28. Emilia Wickstead ‘Wool-Crepe Midi Dress’ – 0.35%
  29. Stella McCartney ‘Ridley’ dress – 0.18%
  30. Altuzarra Aimee Polka-Dot Button-Front Dress in Blue – 0.18%
  31. Alexander McQueen cream ruffled dress – 0.18%
  32. Jonathan Saunders black swallow print dress – 0.18%
  33. Anna Sui ‘Printed crinkled silk-chiffon and twill maxi dress’ – 0.18%
  34. Tory Burch ‘Sophia’ Print A-Line Dress – 0%
  35. Vanessa Seward ‘Cai floral-print silk-jacquard dress’ – 0%

Coat: Catherine Walker red coat and dress.

The red Catherine Walker just inched out the light blue Catherine Walker, and I’m glad it did because the red Catherine Walker is my favorite as well – I’ve liked it since Kate first wore it in 2011 and was very happy to see it return.

The full results for Favorite 2016 Coat:

  1. Catherine Walker red coat and dress – 14.59%
  2. Catherine Walker bespoke light blue coat with white lace embroidery – 14.05%
  3. Michael Kors indigo twill jacquard swing coat – 8.47%
  4. Carolina Herrera red coat from the CH AW16 collection – 7.03%
  5. Alexander McQueen bespoke velvet patchwork coat – 5.95%
  6. Catherine Walker bespoke cream coat – 5.77%
  7. Erdem coat from Resort 2016 collection – 5.41%
  8. Emilia Wickstead light yellow coat – 5.23%
  9. Hobbs green ‘Persephone’ Trench – 4.86%
  10. Erdem bespoke grey coat with lace – 3.96%
  11. Alexander McQueen bespoke white coat – 3.06%
  12. Alexander McQueen bespoke blue coat with large pockets – 2.7%
  13. M Missoni blue tweed coat from AW 2010 Collection – 2.34%
  14. Day Birger et Mikkelsen nude brocade coat – 2.34%
  15. Missoni ‘Long Snake Stitch Coat’ – 2.34%
  16. Mulberry blue ‘Paddington’ coat – 2.16%
  17. Hobbs ‘Celeste’ coat – 2.16%
  18. MaxMara Sportmax long green coat – 1.98%
  19. Catherine Walker bespoke green coat-dress – 1.98%
  20. Diane von Furstenberg Lio style coat – 1.26%
  21. LK Bennett red ‘Ami’ coat – 0.9%
  22. Temperley London Callas Evening Coat – 0.9%
  23. Erdem green ‘Allie’ coat – 0.54%

Gown: Roland Mouret Nansen gown in royal blue.

I really liked the Roland Mouret gown and am glad to see it is so many people’s favorite. But I have to say I voted for the Tory Burch because for some reason when viewing it again I quite liked it and liked that it was different for Kate, so I’m glad that got some love, too.

The full results for Favorite 2016 Gown:

  1. Roland Mouret Nansen gown in royal blue – 25.41%
  2. Jenny Packham bespoke blue beaded gown and shawl – 20.3%
  3. Jenny Packham pearlescent sequin gown – 18.65%
  4. Jenny Packham red bespoke gown – 13.54%
  5. Tory Burch Floral Mesh Gown – 9.25%
  6. Beulah London Juliet red poppy gown – 7.32%
  7. Self Portrait Pleated Crochet gown – 2.9%
  8. Saloni Blue Mary Illusion Dot Dress – 2.62%

Separates: Goat Binky Blouse & Banana Republic Geo Jacquard Skirt.

Yay! This one was my favorite, too. I love the Binky blouse and would love for Kate to wear it again.

The full results for Favorite 2016 Separates:

  1. Goat Binky Blouse & Banana Republic Geo Jacquard Skirt – 25.07%
  2. Temperley London Delphia crop top & Delphia long skirt – 22.46%
  3. Catherine Walker bespoke pale blue suit – 11.16%
  4. Eponine London red and white checked top and shirt – 8.41%
  5. Alexander McQueen white broderie anglaise two-piece – 6.09%
  6. Le Kilt Classic – Houndstooth Long – 5.51%
  7. Rebecca Taylor dark blue tweed jacket and skirt – 5.07%
  8. Paul & Joe Embroidered wool cape & Bhutanese skirt – 4.49%
  9. Alexander McQueen Military Silk Georgette Blouse & Embellished Wool Crepe Skirt – 4.2%
  10. Reiss Vinnie High Neck Shirt & Dolce & Gabbana Boucle Wool Blend Skirt – 3.91%
  11. Michael Kors Collection Guncheck Wool Trumpet Skirt & Virgin Wool Plaid Blazer – 3.62%

Least Favorites

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Dress: Alexander McQueen bespoke poppy print dress.

I thought Kate wore a lot of dresses that were much worse than the McQueen poppy dress, but there were so many people that voiced their dislike of it when she wore that I’m not surprised that it came in as least favorite in the poll.

The full results for Least Favorite 2016 Dress:

  1. Alexander McQueen bespoke poppy print dress – 15.73%
  2. Vanessa Seward ‘Cai floral-print silk-jacquard dress’ – 12.43%
  3. Anna Sui ‘Printed crinkled silk-chiffon and twill maxi dress’ – 7.38%
  4. Alexander McQueen bespoke Resort 2017 dress – 6.6%
  5. Altuzarra Aimee Polka-Dot Button-Front Dress in Blue – 6.41%
  6. Dolce & Gabbana ‘Cotton-blend lace dress’ – 5.83%
  7. Temperley London ‘Desdemona Lace Dress’ in jade – 5.44%
  8. Emilia Wickstead ‘Wool-Crepe Midi Dress’ – 5.05%
  9. Kate Spade ‘Encore Rose Chiffon Dress’ – 4.85%
  10. Barbara Casasola off-the-shoulder white dress – 3.69%
  11. Jenny Packham bespoke lace dress with peter pan collar – 3.69%
  12. Anita Dongre ‘Gulrukh Tunic Dress’ – 3.69%
  13. Alexander McQueen bespoke pre-fall 2016 collection – 3.5%
  14. Topshop ‘Embroidered Smock Dress’ – 2.33%
  15. Dolce & Gabbana bespoke ‘Pocket watch-appliqué crepe midi dress’ – 1.75%
  16. LK Bennett ‘Addison Printed Silk Dress’ – 1.55%
  17. LK Bennett Cersei Dress – 1.36%
  18. Roksanda Ilincic ‘Blue Marwood Color-block Wool-crepe Dress’ – 1.17%
  19. Preen red ‘Finella’ dress – 0.97%
  20. Jenny Packham blue dress – 0.78%
  21. Roksanda Ilincic bespoke yellow ‘Ryedale’ dress – 0.58%
  22. See by Chloé ‘Pointelle-knit cotton-blend dress’ in Ivory – 0.58%
  23. Tory Burch ‘Sophia’ Print A-Line Dress – 0.58%
  24. Glamorous maxi dress – 0.58%
  25. Alexander McQueen bespoke ‘Obsession-Print Short-Sleeve Silk Dress’ – 0.58%
  26. LK Bennett Eugenia Skirted Dress – 0.39%
  27. Lela Rose ‘Double Faced Twill Elbow Sleeve Dress’ – 0.39%
  28. Stella McCartney ‘Ridley’ dress – 0.39%
  29. LK Bennett blue Lasa poppy print dress – 0.39%
  30. Alexander McQueen cream ruffled dress – 0.39%
  31. Alexander McQueen pink wool cashmere peplum dress – 0.19%
  32. Naeem Khan blue and white dress – 0.19%
  33. Roksanda Ilincic ‘Peridot’ dress – 0.19%
  34. Jonathan Saunders black swallow print dress – 0.19%
  35. Preen black ‘Finella’ dress – 0.19%

Coat: Erdem bespoke grey coat with lace.

Man, Erdem did not fair well in 2016. The top three least favorite coats from 2016 were all Erdem, with the grey lace leading the pack. I voted for the Erdem Allie as my least favorite, because I’ve disliked that coat since 2014, but it came in third behind two other Erdem creations.

The full results for Least Favorite 2016 Coat:

  1. Erdem bespoke grey coat with lace – 24.03%
  2. Erdem coat from Resort 2016 collection – 9.5%
  3. Erdem green ‘Allie’ coat – 8.53%
  4. Catherine Walker bespoke green coat-dress – 8.14%
  5. Missoni ‘Long Snake Stitch Coat’ – 7.56%
  6. Catherine Walker bespoke light blue coat with white lace embroidery – 6.4%
  7. Mulberry blue ‘Paddington’ coat – 5.23%
  8. LK Bennett red ‘Ami’ coat – 5.04%
  9. M Missoni blue tweed coat from AW 2010 Collection – 4.84%
  10. Alexander McQueen bespoke blue coat with large pockets – 3.68%
  11. Day Birger et Mikkelsen nude brocade coat – 3.29%
  12. Emilia Wickstead light yellow coat – 3.1%
  13. Catherine Walker bespoke cream coat – 2.52%
  14. Alexander McQueen bespoke velvet patchwork coat – 1.55%
  15. Hobbs green ‘Persephone’ Trench – 1.16%
  16. Catherine Walker red coat and dress – 0.97%
  17. Carolina Herrera red coat from the CH AW16 collection – 0.97%
  18. MaxMara Sportmax long green coat – 0.97%
  19. Diane von Furstenberg Lio style coat – 0.78%
  20. Temperley London Callas Evening Coat – 0.58%
  21. Hobbs ‘Celeste’ coat – 0.58%
  22. Alexander McQueen bespoke white coat – 0.39%
  23. Michael Kors indigo twill jacquard swing coat – 0.19%

Gown: Saloni Blue Mary Illusion Dot Dress.

I can’t remember if I voted for the Saloni or the Self Portrait gown as my least favorite, but either way those two ended up the top two least favorite gowns of 2016.

The full results for Least Favorite 2016 Gown:

  1. Saloni Blue Mary Illusion Dot Dress – 33.52%
  2. Self Portrait Pleated Crochet gown – 26.51%
  3. Tory Burch Floral Mesh Gown – 14.03%
  4. Beulah London Juliet red poppy gown – 11.92%
  5. Jenny Packham bespoke blue beaded gown and shawl – 6.87%
  6. Roland Mouret Nansen gown in royal blue – 2.95%
  7. Jenny Packham pearlescent sequin gown – 2.66%
  8. Jenny Packham red bespoke gown – 1.54%

Separates: Michael Kors Collection Guncheck Wool Trumpet Skirt & Virgin Wool Plaid Blazer.

I’m not at all surprised to see the Michael Kors suit as the least favorite from 2016 considering it was also the least favorite of 2015. This one is just not to many people’s liking.

The full results for Least Favorite 2016 Separates:

  1. Michael Kors Collection Guncheck Wool Trumpet Skirt & Virgin Wool Plaid Blazer – 19.09%
  2. Eponine London red and white checked top and shirt – 18.79%
  3. Paul & Joe Embroidered wool cape & Bhutanese skirt – 16.67%
  4. Alexander McQueen Military Silk Georgette Blouse & Embellished Wool Crepe Skirt – 12.88%
  5. Catherine Walker bespoke pale blue suit – 9.55%
  6. Reiss Vinnie High Neck Shirt & Dolce & Gabbana Boucle Wool Blend Skirt – 5.91%
  7. Alexander McQueen white broderie anglaise two-piece – 5.15%
  8. Temperley London Delphia crop top & Delphia long skirt – 3.64%
  9. Rebecca Taylor dark blue tweed jacket and skirt – 3.18%
  10. Le Kilt Classic – Houndstooth Long – 2.73%
  11. Goat Binky Blouse & Banana Republic Geo Jacquard Skirt – 2.42%

25 Comments on Poll results: Kate’s 2016 outfits

  1. Birdy
    January 27, 2017 at 3:22 am (1 year ago)

    Very interesting results. I’m happy overall with the votes. I just strongly disagree with the red Catherine Walker, it’s just all too much red for me. I like each element but all together it just gets lost in a red fog.

    Love that blue Roland Mouret dress just wish I was slim enough and rich enough to own it. Also love the Binky blouse and patterned skirt.

    Her worst accessory is the crotch clutch, and the rounded shoulders . Loose those , which are linked I think, and everything would look so. I hope better.

    Thanks for this KMR we do all love a good Poll. How many people voted?

    • Paula
      January 27, 2017 at 5:14 am (1 year ago)

      I think the all-red outfit would have worked if Kate didn’t color coordinate so often. It just seems like her everyday outfit but excessive.

      I like the Roland Mouret too, but the Tory Burch gown is my favorite (I say this on every post about Kate’s clothes but I can’t help it, I love that dress).

    • Sarah
      January 27, 2017 at 11:41 am (1 year ago)

      The red Catherine walker was one of the few times I didn’t mind Kate’s monochromatic look. I think it was the total look. She had her hair back, could see jewelry and I 💜The shoes.
      My one complaint about that day is I believe all the other ladies were wearing cream or muted colors and she shows up in head-to-toe red. So on any other day would give her full marks.
      I do think she looks great in reds and blues

  2. Debra Green
    January 27, 2017 at 7:25 am (1 year ago)

    Still praying for a hair cut! Also as it was mooted that Kate does the crotCh clutch as it enables her to fend off people I would have thought a quiet word in her ear along the lines of “these are the people paying for your exalted lifestyle, the least you can do is shake their hand.”
    I want so much to be positive about kate, but it’s so hard when she seems so disengaged and workshy.
    I pretty much agree with the survey except I’m an outlier on the grey lace Erdem coat, I love it.
    One thing is that every event so far this year has had a new outfit, which given her existing wardrobe is unnecessary imo.

  3. Kitty
    January 27, 2017 at 10:59 am (1 year ago)

    Off topic but my opinion of her is that she will not be in history books as a respected popular royal. What makes me upset is that she has been blessed with this huge platform of her’s that most people can dream about and do amazing humanitarian work and influence good around the world but doesn’t want to!

    • Kimothy
      January 27, 2017 at 12:43 pm (1 year ago)

      Kitty,

      I’m right there with you. She has so many resources at her disposal and the world’s megaphone on her lips but, alas, she never uses said megaphone!

      Question: how do you think she’ll be viewed by royal historians in years to come? Do you think she’ll be judged as harshly as Fergie or kind of glossed over like Princess Margaret? We know she she’s not a workhorse like Princess Anne nor does share Diana’s charm or sensitivity (sorry but it’s true). Even Sophie (after a few rough years) started to go out and do the work with ease and the human touch. Kate shows up but she’s just…..there.

      P.S. I only sound cranky because I got very little sleep (my own fault). Anyhoo, TGIF everyone!!

      • Kitty
        January 27, 2017 at 2:49 pm (1 year ago)

        Kimberly, I honestly think it will get worse especially if Harry married a charismatic, strong work ethic, popular woman which the media loves. Kate is going to go downhill.

        • Kimothy
          January 27, 2017 at 3:03 pm (1 year ago)

          Kimberly?? Am I in trouble?? 😉 😉 😉

          Yes, I agree it’s going to go downhill and, in a way, it already has hence the unphotoshopped pictures that have been published.

    • Karen
      January 27, 2017 at 1:10 pm (1 year ago)

      I feel the same way. Although it’s important to remember that it really is up to her and William to decide the specifics of how her role will unfold, the fact that she doesn’t get out there consistently with a handful of powerful messages does somehow leave many of us wanting more. We want her to use her highly unusual platform for “more”. Because she lacks a strong message we seem to devolve into over-analysis of her appearance, and how she spends her time. The fact is, I don’t think any of us “needs” to see her work a certain number of hours, or hit a certain number of appearances (although both appear to be on the light side) if she were taking steps to actually contribute some clear, consistent PR to her causes. We have yet to see her speak passionately, credibly, and consistently about anything. Unfortunately for her own PR machine, modern society expects more from a 35-year old person with a world stage. I don’t think she lacks time or intellect. I think this is simply the low-profile role she and her husband would prefer. Which is unfortunate considering who they are.

      • Kitty
        January 27, 2017 at 2:50 pm (1 year ago)

        I think Karen she thought being a royal was to live in luxury and got smacked in the face when she was told she had to work.

  4. JET Texas
    January 27, 2017 at 11:13 am (1 year ago)

    I remember the comments from the days she wore the red poppy dress and the blue dot dress. It bothered a lot of people that the seams didn’t line up on both dresses. I compared those dresses to some prints Diana wore to make sure I’m not a hypocrite.

    Look at these photos of Diana wearing prints. In the first, the hem print aligns perfectly with the top section. In the second, the seams don’t line up perfectly, but are in the back so they aren’t as obvious as Kate with her side-seam dresses. In the third image, Diana’s side seams don’t align, but are pretty close. I’m not sure why, but they stand out to me more on Kate’s dresses and thus bother me more.

    https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/f2/08/62/f2086211c5824f55e27d69820924c7ff.jpg

    https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/48/54/da/4854daf49a39578f0a45d6789303d2c9.jpg

    http://hbz.h-cdn.co/assets/cm/15/03/54bc11552e7f2_-_hbz-diana-kate-10-43937679.jpg

    • Sarah
      January 27, 2017 at 11:33 am (1 year ago)

      It baffles me why she does bespoke then lets her team do their shabby alterations. I don’t know if you can even call it bespoke at that point. I don’t know if it’s tash or someone else but they are no seamstress.
      The poopy dress I believe was originally sleeveless. The added sleeves didn’t help, made it too much poppy and too dowdy.

    • Debra Green
      January 27, 2017 at 12:58 pm (1 year ago)

      Oh never mind the dress look at Diana’s face in the first photo and how she is touching the hand of the person she is meeting. She is standing so close and seems so engaged. I know she wasn’t a saint but everyone I have spoken to who has met her said she was warm, funny and tactile.
      She gave great hugs x

      • Sunny
        January 27, 2017 at 2:20 pm (1 year ago)

        She was a special woman no matter the negative things that people say about her. Millions didn’t love her because of fawning media treatment; they loved her from pictures and personal experience meeting her where she was genuinely interested and caring for others.

        I would be happy for Kate to come at “royaling” completely different than Diana if she brought individual personality, but I think the best Kate will ever do is smile and wave, which puts a spotlight on foot in mouth moments like just happened. When there’s little to praise, it’s easy to critique especially with foolish comments that she makes from time to time. It really puts the burden on Will to be the star (as I’m sure the point always was to be so as to be unlike Diana’s supposed grabbing of the media spotlight from Charles). Like that was the reason the marriage failed– I don’t think so.

        And they are attending BAFTAs… well, well, proves that Jason gas stopped ignoring. Blogs/media 1, KP 0

  5. Kimothy
    January 27, 2017 at 12:48 pm (1 year ago)

    I’m glad the poppy dress is under the least favorite category because, while the symbolism and meaning is lovely, the pattern/design of this dress is not.

    The “Binky” (I swear, that name it reminds me of a Teletubby) blouse and Banana Republic skirt looked great on her and was definitely a favorite of mine. Professional but still “girly” and flattering.

  6. rhiannon
    January 27, 2017 at 12:58 pm (1 year ago)

    I love these polls. It’s interesting to see how everyone voted. The Naeem Khan is so beautiful. Some of the others not so much. For me, it’s about fit, styling, tailloring and proportion. She needs a good stylist. New hairdresser.

    I appreciate your work on this, KMR!

    • Lauri from Ca
      January 27, 2017 at 1:31 pm (1 year ago)

      I agree Rhiannon! Most of Kate’s clothes are pretty nice but, as I’ve said before, it’s the styling, fit and Kate’s demeanor and posture that really throws the whole look off. Sometimes I wonder over to the pro-Kate sites and the glowing descriptions of her, her confidence and her fashion has, at times, made me wonder if we are looking at the same pictures. I am not criticizing those sites or their readers but just find it interesting how people can look at the same photo and see two different things.

      • JET Texas
        January 27, 2017 at 2:14 pm (1 year ago)

        Her demeanor is a big part of it. The high collars and necklines, the crotch clutching and the slouching make her look uncomfortable and a little defensive. Her manic smiles can’t distract from her clothes and body language, which often seem to say “I wish I was anywhere but here”.

        • Debra Green
          January 27, 2017 at 3:05 pm (1 year ago)

          I agree, apparently we respond to body language so viscerally which is why it is so hard to fool people.
          Kate leaks so much awkwardness and entitlement with her body language.

  7. bluhare
    January 27, 2017 at 2:57 pm (1 year ago)

    Oh my. I do like the skirt and blouse that won the separates poll, but I really dislike it on her. It really points up the long torso and short legs to me. But I do like that blouse and skirt — just not on her.

    • Jen
      January 27, 2017 at 8:55 pm (1 year ago)

      It’s a lovely outfit, but it doesn’t fit her – it’s too big. She swims in it. I recall at the time Kate was moving the skirt around as it was moving around/ not sitting as she wished.

  8. BostonBrahmin
    January 27, 2017 at 5:21 pm (1 year ago)

    Off topic, but I almost fainted when I read that KP announced both W & K will be attending the BAFTA’s. I know this is not what us regular folks consider work, but it is clear the pressure is on them to step it up.

    • Cat
      January 27, 2017 at 8:23 pm (1 year ago)

      Good news! Looking forward to the red carpet fashion 🙂

  9. Cat
    January 27, 2017 at 10:19 pm (1 year ago)

    The worst thing about the red poppy dress is her terrible posture, she resembles an elderly person with that posture! If she could refrain from wearing such high heels she would not have to bend down to speak to shorter people and would in turn improve her posture. Super high heels should only be worn to evening events like the upcoming BAFTAs.

  10. Candice
    January 28, 2017 at 1:42 am (1 year ago)

    2016 was when she came back in fashion.There were misses but for me the hits outnumbered the misses. However the thing is that all of my favourite looks are overwhelmingly repeats. Outside of repeats I liked the Chloe dress,the two Alice Temperely outfits in India,the LK Bennett worn at the party with kids at the Natural History Museum,the Naeem Khan and the emerald D&G in Canada.