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Sunday 21 September 2014

Emma Watson ditches the dress

Emma Watson

Emma Watson cut a chic figure at The Royal Marsden Dinner yesterday.

The 24-year-old actress ditched the dress for the event at the historical venue, hosted by Britain's Prince William. As the official sponsor of the 'do was fashion designer Ralph Lauren it made sense that Emma's white buttoned short and grey chiffon maxi skirt were from the label's Fall 14 collection.

To give her ensemble some shape the star wore a white belt around her waist and accessorised with a small metallic clutch and a silver necklace. With her hair pulled back into a loose updo all focus was given to her dark red lips and kohl-rimmed eyes.

Australian actress Margot Robbie also opted for a grey ensemble from the fashion house's Fall 14 line, dazzling in a grey bandage style gown with an open back. She matched her bag with the shade of her dress and had her brunette locks styled into a simple updo.

Helena Bonham Carter chose a more gothic outfit true to her quirky style. Her black Ralph Lauren Fall 13 strapless gown was such a dark shade of purple, it almost looked black from afar. Its ruffle tulle insert gown made it more elegant for the royal event, as did Helena's dangling earrings, sparkling hairpiece and purple eyeshadow to match.

It wasn't just females who stole the spotlight at the party, which celebrated the work of renowned cancer hospital The Royal Marsden which William is president of.

Benedict Cumberbatch looked handsome in a black Ralph Lauren Black Label Peak Lapel tuxedo and a crisp white shirt. His shiny shoes reflected the light as he stood in the castle's courtyard and the Star Trek: Into Darkness star styled his hair to add to his dapper look.

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