London's sartorial talent was on full display at Tuesday evening's National Portrait Gallery Gala. The event, which was hosted by the director of the National Portrait Gallery and British Vogue's Editor-In-Chief Edward Enninful, was held to raise money for the remodeling of the historic art museum. Guests invited to partake in the fundraising festivities included the Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Beatrice, Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Victoria Beckham, Jourdan Dunn, Bianca Jagger and Alexa Chung.
The royal lineup did not disappoint from a style perspective, but there was a slight variance in the dress code: Dunn went for Oscars-level glamour in a liquid-metallic Armani Prive gown, while Beckham kept her ensemble a bit more casual in a voluminous white blouse and baggy pair of black pants from her Fall 2019 collection. The Duchess of Cambridge took the opportunity to get all dressed up and arrived in an Alexander McQueen floral gown that she previously wore to the 2017 BAFTAs. Though, it had undergone some alterations: The first time she wore the design, it had off-the-shoulder sleeves and this time around, it had cap sleeves.
Chung's gala attire found the middle ground between black-tie and dressy-casual: The "It"-Brit showed up in a ruffled black-and-white frock from Erdem's Fall 2019 line that featured a full row of black bows. She then added some quirk to the multiple-tiered, fairytale-inspired dress with a pair of green satin kitten heels. Beckham also completed her look with a pair of neon fuchsia pumps, proving a bold-hued heel can work well as the focal point of a fancy 'fit.
Check out some of our favorite looks from the 2019 National Portrait Gallery Gala below.