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Princess Eugenie Was Just Spotted at Misha Nonoo’s New York Fashion Week Pop-Up

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When it comes to New York Fashion Week, some brands are choosing to forgo the chaos of a traditional show, instead opting for a pop-up shop that is open for several months. One such designer: Misha Nonoo, who is known not only for her classic style but also her royal connections. Nonoo is one of Meghan Markle’s closest friends (and is rumored to have helped set the American actress up with Prince Harry). She’s also been close with Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie for years, and last night, the younger York sister was spotted at Nonoo’s new shop in New York City.

The Princess wore a sleek single-breasted blazer with gold buttons over a silky floral tunic and black trousers to the event. She added lace-up heels and gold rings to tie the look together. Nonoo, who was a finalist for the 2013 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund and was also named one of Forbes’ 30 under 30 in 2015, wore her white “Husband” button-down to the party. She paired the classic blouse with straight-leg trousers and simple pointed-toe pumps. If the top looks familiar, that’s likely because Meghan Markle wore the style to her first public appearance with Prince Harry at the 2017 Invictus Games.

If you’re interested in visiting the pop up for yourself, keep in mind that the store won’t be making any sales in-house; rather, the showroom has merchandise for shoppers to try on, but instead of walking out with the clothes in hand, everything is shipped directly to the shopper.

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Nonoo is certainly keeping busy this month. In addition to the store launch, she has been working closely with the Duchess of Sussex on developing a charity capsule collection for Smart Works. That line debuts later this week.

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