- Lady Amelia Windsor attended the Tommy Hilfiger London Fashion Week show
- The society beauty, 22, showed off her abs in a crop top and metallic trousers
- The young royal joined other famous faces on the front row of the show
Lady Amelia Windsor looked every inch the ultimate cool girl as she joined celebrities on the front row of the Tommy Hilfiger show at London Fashion Week.
The society beauty, who is 36th in line to the British throne, channeled her inner disco goddess in a cropped metallic silver jacket and striped metallic trousers.
Giving the ensemble a bit of edge, Lady Amelia, 22, paired the trousers with a cropped black top with what appeared to be ‘Gigi Hadid’ written in red along the bottom.
Effortlessly cool: Lady Amelia Windsor flashed her toned abs in a cropped top ensemble
Fashion darlings: Model Lottie Moss, left, and Lady Amelia Windsor at the Tommy Hilfiger show
Laid back: The society beauty kept her long blonde locks loose for the fashion show
The former Edinburgh University student was among the famous faces who turned out for the highly anticipated show at the Roundhouse in Chalk Farm, north London.
She was spotted posing for photographs with model Lottie Moss before the rock concert-themed show kicked off on Tuesday night.
Having already walked the runway for Dolce & Gabbana – and been hailed as the ‘most beautiful’ member of the royal family – Lady Amelia has become a firm fixture in fashion circles.
She already took up a prime seat in the front row at the Emporio Armani show on Sunday and last night attended the Love Magazine x Miu Miu party at Mayfair nightclub Loulou’s.
Picture perfect: The young royal posed for the cameras on her way into the show on Tuesday
On Tuesday she joined models including Arizona Muse and Daisy Low in the audience for the show, which marks Hilfiger’s debut at London Fashion Week.
Speaking ahead of the show, Hilfiger said: ‘My vision for TommyNOW was to create a global platform that could bring our shows to audiences around the globe like a rock-and-roll world tour.
‘It’s about celebrating the connection between fashion and pop culture with experiences, performances and inspiring interactions that are designed around our consumers.’
Fashion favourite: The graduate has made a number of appearances over fashion week