Lady Amelia Windsor's regal appearance at the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition party

Lady Amelia Windsor has attended the star-studded Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition party.

The model, who is 43rd in line to the British throne, arrived in a metallic deep blue gown for the event.

Looking regal, she opted for a sleeveless corset dress with glitzy gold jewellery, Mary Jane shoes, and a house-shaped handbag.

lady amelia windsor's regal appearance at the royal academy of arts summer exhibition party

Lady Amelia Windsor made a chic appearance at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition Preview Party.

The Royal Academy of Art's exhibition preview party, which included champagne and canapés, was hosted in London's newest modern art scene.

An elegant affair, the event featured guests Lila Moss, Stanley Tucci, Sydney Lima, Layton Williams and Charlie XCX.

The event is organized by David Remfry, a famed British painter who chose this year's display theme, "Only Connect," inspired by Howards End by E.M. Forster.

The Summer Exhibition, established in 1768, raises funds to support the Royal Academy Schools, Britain's first art school.

Living in West London, Lady Amelia Windsor advocates sustainable fashion, and her ensemble for the event appears to be vintage.

lady amelia windsor's regal appearance at the royal academy of arts summer exhibition party

Lady Amelia Windsor rocked her new short hairstyle for the event.

The model regularly appears at prestigious fashion events wearing Chanel and Dior and has worked for brands such as Bulgari.

Lady Amelia is a model and is signed with Storm Model Management, the same firm that scouted Kate Moss at a New York airport in 1988.

She has previously worked to promote environmental causes, in line with the British royals, in the area of eco-travel.

lady amelia windsor's regal appearance at the royal academy of arts summer exhibition party

Lady Amelia Windsor has previously worked for Dolce&Gabbana.

She also spoke out about sustainable clothing, telling CPS Times: "A brand can never be fully sustainable.

"There are lots of things to think about though that can make you a more responsible brand, like how you treat your garment makers, how much clothing you make, the materials you use, the size of your supply chain."

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