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Middleton’s high-collar, midnight blue velvet dress was reminiscent of an iconic dress sported by her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana.
That means work-to-life basics with elevated details built in: silken draped white blouses, vegan suede midnight blue coats, and wrap-back black dresses with a strategic slit—all for $110 and under, and, for the most part, machine-washable.
Shooting digitally, cinematographer Vittorio Storaro color-codes the characters’ crises in symbolically loaded fashion, with the screen awash in heavily saturated midnight blues and sunset orange.
Meanwhile, Miles wore a custom midnight blue tuxedo by Tom Ford, velvet Stubbs & Wootton slippers, and vintage pearl cufflinks and studs, given to him by Cynthia the morning of the wedding.
In the Chinese Art Deco carpets, central expanses in heady amethyst purple, emerald green, citrine yellow, fuchsia, teal and midnight blue are scattered with peonies and pagodas rendered in a simplified, stylized manner.
There's also a metallic midnight blue called Bruno like a cow at the animal rescue center.
Each pair is high-top and comes in stunning ecru crochet, blue seersucker, indigo denim, ecru denim, white leather, black leather, powder pink leather and midnight blue leather.
Meanwhile, Miles wore a custom midnight blue tuxedo by Tom Ford, velvet Stubbs
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