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Forget Zooming In - You Need to See Princess Mary's Graphic Gown From Afar to Appreciate Its True Beauty

They don't call Princess Mary the world's most stylish royal for nothing. This woman's always up for a fashion dare, from belting a cropped jumpsuit to pulling off a repeated look. But when she stepped into the Smithsonian's Arts and Industry building for a gala on Wednesday, we still managed to gasp. Her strapless, colorful, and graphic gown was quite the opposite of what's typically thought of as "royal" - save for one spectacular detail.
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