Meghan Markle’s $4,700 Armani Dress Worn For Oprah Interview Named ‘Dress Of The Year’
Meghan Markle‘s interview with Oprah Winfrey continues to be a hot commodity one year later as a fashion museum names her $4,700 Armani dress “Dress of the Year.”
On Tuesday (Feb. 22), the Fashion Museum Bath shared that Meghan’s dress worn in her bombshell interview was selected as their “Dress of the Year 2021.” A replica of the Giorgio Armani silk, belted v-neck dress with flower embroidery is due to be placed on display in the museum’s exhibition, which is called “A History of Fashion in 100 Objects.”
The fashion museum stated that the dress was, worn by the Duchess of Sussex, was chosen as a winner by Dazed magazine’s Ibrahim Kamara and Gareth Wrighton. In a shared statement, they said, “In today’s hyper-stylized pop culture, the Dress of the Year now has the potential to also be ‘meme of the year.’ And we both latched upon Meghan and Harry’s now iconic interview with Oprah as the definitive anti-establishment moment that will forever endure in the British collective consciousness.” #Socialites, are you here for it?
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