Attending the star-studded 73rd annual EE British Academy Film Awards at the Royal Albert Hall – which is considered to be the British equivalent of the Oscars – the Duchess of Cambridge wowed the crowds in a stunning recycled white and gold Alexander McQueen gown, which she had previously worn in 2012 during a tour of Malaysia.
The white gown was a bespoke piece made for the Malaysia visit and is covered in gold Malaysian hibiscus flowers and layered over white flowing fabric.
Eagle-eyed fans would have noticed that the dress had been slightly altered for the awards show, with the original sheer cap sleeves replaced with a more structured shoulder.
The mum-of-three accessorised her look with a set of Van Cleef and Arpels dangling earrings and a drop necklace, said to be worth nearly $15,000.
This year, BAFTA attendees were asked to avoid wearing new dresses, or opt for a sustainable option. Like his wife, the Duke of Cambridge also chose to re-wear one of his favourite tuxedos.
"Sustainability is very important to Bafta, and we're doing more than ever before," the magazine was told. "The goal is that the EE British Academy Film Awards 2020 will be carbon neutral, working towards having a net positive impact on the environment. From travel and food, to branding and materials, Bafta is ensuring the awards are as sustainable as possible,” a BAFTA spokesperson told Harper's Bazaar.