Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are thinking about the future.
The fact that Dedivanovic calls Meghan's "your skin but better" look an inspiration is interesting since Kim has become known for contouring her face.
The duchess chose to go for an added touch of glam at the event, wearing her hair down in curls, unlike earlier appearances this week where she wore her signature "messy bun".
It's easy to see why she was picked, thanks to her sleek and modern outfits and how she pairs them with a pump.
The couple mingled with guests ahead of the show and during the break they met with a number of the show's performers as well as members of the charities and sponsors from the event.
Style blogger and founder of Big Hair No Care, Freddie Harrel has been bringing life to our feeds by also matching her dress to her shoes.
Her dresses are daring because she shows shoulder and legs, which is not typical of a royal.
Her choice was widely admired but it also tweaked royal custom, which generally frowns on royal women wearing trousers for formal engagements.
Soprano Lesley Garrett performed a WB Yeats poem, and Sir Karl Jenkins was to conduct The Armed Man: A Mass For Peace, an anti-war piece performed by choir and orchestra.
Harry and Meghan last week attended a benefit performance of the hot musical "Hamilton" to raise funds for Sentebale, the charity Harry co-founded in 2006 to honor his late mother Princess Diana's work with people who have HIV and AIDS.