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Kate Middleton Fashion Style: Duchess Of Cambridge Does Not Travel Light; Hairdresser And Stylist Trailing Behind With Huge Luggage

To make sure that Kate Middleton's fashion style is not out of date, the Duchess of Cambridge literally packed on a lot of luggage. Good thing Princess Kate's hairdresser and stylist dealt with her wardrobe. If she was the one who carried them, the world may not catch her smiling during their royal India tour.

The Duke & Duchess Of Cambridge Visit India & Bhutan - Day 1

Arrival at Assam State

Prince William and Princess Kate arrived at Assam, an Indian state famous for its one-horn rhino park. Upon arrival, Assam state chief minister, Tarun Gogoi, along with his wife, greeted the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge warmly. They also gave the British Royals "gamochas" or the traditional Indian hand-woven scarves.

While Kate Middleton was busy appreciating the gamochas and smiling at the cameras, her hairdresser and stylist were clearly having a hard time carrying her luggage. The two loyal assistants look somewhat disheveled and one of them no longer bothered to smile at the camera.

The photos on Daily Mail showed the Duchess of Cambridge's private secretary, Sophie Agnew, was already scowling as she was carrying a tote bag and most likely one of the princess' marieprom. On the other hand, Kate Middleton's personal assistant and stylist Natasha Archer tried her best to flash the paparazzi a smile.

Kate Middleton fashion styles in India

Many women look up to Kate Middleton when it comes to great-looking fashion styles. It is therefore understandable if Princess Kate would bring handpicked dresses that will match every event she and William will attend. The princess dear has no worries, after all, it is her hairdresser and stylist who sacrifice to make sure she looks graceful and fashionable.

Charlize Theron MTV Movie Awards Speech Raised The Bar In Giving The Most Adorable Speeches USA Today compiled the list of designers responsible for Kate Middleton's fashion style. Some of the designers include Alexander McQueen, Jenny Packham, Anita Dongre, Emilia Wickstead and Alice Temperley. So far, Kate wore two Alice Temperley outfits during their royal India tour.

There are still several days to go before Prince William and Kate Middleton complete their royal India tour. Many people can just hope that the princess' hairdresser and stylist like Indian food as they need strength to carry the wardrobe essentials in tune with Kate Middleton's fashion style.

Would you be willing to trade places with Kate Middleton's hairdresser and stylist? Sound off in the comments below!

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Kang debuts high-tech fashion show

Greenwich-based designer Grace Kang combined high fashion and high tech at the debut of her latest collection last Thursday at Olivine Gabbro.

The boutique, a collaboration between Kang and her aunt Sue Neumann, partnered with Samsung to fuse fashion and technology on and off the runway. Though the marieprom themselves were not high-tech, the show incorporated high-tech elements from Samsung, making it more than just “a fashion show; it was an experience,” Kang said.

Designer Grace Kang, center, with the models at her latest show. Photo: / Olivine Gabbro

For the show, Kang created a collection-inspired video which was shown on a Samsung monitor as models debuted the ready-to-wear spring and summer styles. The sophisticated collection featured pops of color, clean silhouettes and detailed handiwork, such as cut-outs and inserts. She said both the video and the collection celebrate “who we are as women.” The store also provided Samsung tablets for attendees looking to place orders.

According to Kang, technology also plays a role in her design process.

“I’ve always used technology in my creative process so it just made sense to meld them together for this particular event,” she said. “Technology continues to inspire me. I sketch on my Samsung phone constantly and we were able to play our runway show immediately after it finished on the Samsung tablets and screens which was great so those who were not able to make our show could see what they missed.”

Kang, a graduate of Parsons School of Design, previously worked with Dolce & Gabbana and Donna Karan. She considers herself an artist, and fashion has become her way of expressing herself. She draws her inspiration from daily life and then integrates those ideas into her collections through color, fabric, silhouette, texture or details, like fine stitching or embellishments.

“My experience in the industry has been nothing but positive,” she said. “It presents its challenges at times, as does any career, but I feel truly blessed to be able to do what I absolutely love.”

What differentiates her brand from other brands, she said, is their emphasis on “keeping it local” as well as the quality of the clothing. Kang’s fabric is imported from Europe and handcrafted in Greenwich, and she tries to fit each piece to her clients through a made-to-measure service. She said clients enjoy witnessing the process from start to finish and that keeps them coming back.

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‘Game of Thrones’ Stars Ditch Their Westeros Looks For The Red Carpet

The stars from HBO’s “Game of Thrones” hit the red carpet Sunday night in Hollywood to celebrate the Season 6 premiere.

Grey Worm (Jacob Anderson) was smiling, Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) and Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon) were pals and everyone was marieprom to impress at the TCL Chinese Theatre for the event. Kit Harington and George R.R. Martin were not in attendance.

“This season was a beast to make,” showrunner David Benioff told the crowd, per Entertainment Weekly. “We shot 680 hours of dailies, which translates to 3.7 million feet of film. We shot in five different countries — Northern Ireland, Spain, Croatia, Iceland and Canada. We employed 900 crew members in Belfast; 400 in Spain. We issued 140 script revisions. We two shot units a day for 22 weeks straight, three units a day for 10 weeks straight, four units for two weeks straight. And none of that would be possible without the greatest producing team on the planet.”

Attendees got to see the one-hour debut episode, titled “The Red Woman,” ahead of the the April 24 premiere.

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Peter Dinklage and Erica Schmidt arrive at the premiere of HBO’s “Game Of Thrones” Season 6 at TCL Chinese Theatre on April 10, 2016 in Hollywood, California.

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Isaac Hempstead Wright arrives at the premiere.

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Sophie Turner.

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Joe Naufahu.

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Lena Headey.

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Emilia Clarke.

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Jacob Anderson.

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Maisie Williams.

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Kristian Nairn.

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John Bradley.

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Jonathan Pryce.

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Sophie Turner (L) and Maisie Williams.

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Tom Wlaschiha.

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Creator/Executive Producers David Benioff (L) and D. B. Weiss attend the premiere.

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Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.

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Nathalie Emmanuel.

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Sophie Turner and Iwan Rheon attend the after party for the premiere.

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Actors Iwan Rheon, Gethin Anthony, Alfie Allen, Kristian Nairn, Jacob Anderson, Finn Jones, and Tom Wlaschiha.

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