The always fashionable Princess Noor Pahlavi kicked off the summer season by attending the Coach and Friends of the High Line Summer Party at High Line on June 6, 2017 in New York City.
The Summer Party is a collaboration of the High Line and Coach, two famous New York institutions that embody the city’s creative pulse. All ticket sale proceeds go to maintaining the renowned, world class park.
The glamourous princess chose a casual-chic look for the evening event, donning a ruffled maxi dress that perfectly skimmed her ankles. She wore her gorgeous brunette tresses cascading down her back, opting for a style that was perfectly in line with the night’s casual, outdoor setting.
Princess Noor’s attractive summer dress featured an all-over pattern of royal blue motifs set against a creamy white background. The tasteful gown boasted thick shoulder straps that crisscrossed in front, showing just a hint of skin. The flattering dress featured two slits that highlighted the princesses’ toned legs.
The brainy and beautiful fashion maven chose to top off her contemporary look with a baby blue, distressed denim jacket that no doubt kept the late evening chill at bay. She complemented her effortless look with a pair of strappy, beige, heeled sandals. The princess showcased her gorgeous features by opting for a minimal makeup palette.
Princess Noor is a modern-day princess in every sense of the word. Her father is Reza Pahlavi, the Crown Prince of Iran, and her grandfather is the late Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.
The stylish role model is the first generation of her eminent family to have been born outside of Iran. Noor Pahlavi currently lives in New York, where she works for a commercial real estate firm as the director of fundraising and investor relations.
She has spoken openly about her admiration for designers Vivienne Westwood and Stella McCartney. Noor Pahlavi is a strong proponent of cruelty-free fashion, as are her favorite designers. She makes is a point to be true to her values when making fashion purchases, and has said, “Finding out where it was made, under what conditions and out of what material,” is a key part of her decision-making process.
“I’d love to live in a world of animal-friendly fashion, where more designers made the effort to find alternatives to the fur, leather and exotic skin trade,” she adds.
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