All eyes were on Princess Eugenie's bottle bag at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow this week.
- Princess Eugenie opted for the burgundy leather version bottle bag.
- This isn't the first time the Princess wore a London Velvet item at a public event. Earlier this year, she was spotted with the brand's phone pouch.
- In other royal news, Prince Charles' red cheeks could signal this chronic health condition.
The bag is designed to fit an Ocean Bottle perfectly. "Dubbed the world's most needed reusable bottle, when you buy an Ocean Bottle you fund the collection of 1,000 ocean-bound plastic bottles in weight," reads an official press release about the topic. The brand spent about a year perfecting the design and function of the award-winning bottle, and shares London Velvet’s mantra of buy once, buy better."
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As leaders of countries from all around the world gathered to make decisions about global warming, Princess Eugenie made her own indirect comment on the subject, virtually expressing her thoughts on single-use plastic.
She also posted a video from the conference, telling her followers about the event. "A wonderful first day at COP26 meeting and speaking to some of the most inspiring initiatives and people out there," reads the post accompanying her video.
The rest of Princess Eugenie's outfit reflected her eco-friendly stance. In fact, she donned Gabriela Hearst's Seymore knit dress and a wool and silk Ado side-buckle biker jacket by Nanushka. Both designers are known for their sustainable designs.
The royal finished off her look with her best Louis Vuitton bag and Rag & Bone boots.
Princess Eugenie's fans did not hesitate to praise the royal's sartorial choices on her Instagram page. "Wonderful job!," wrote a user. "We support the York sisters."
"Thank you for doing this for all of us," commented another.
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Anna Rahmanan is a New York-based writer and editor who covers culture, entertainment, food, fashion and travel news. Anna’s words have appeared on Time Out New York, the Huffington Post, Fortune, Forbes, Us Weekly, Bon Appetit and Brooklyn Magazine, among other outlets.
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