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It's no secret that we've got a major fascination with all things royal. Whether we're obsessing over Britain's first family or practicing our princess wave, we can't get enough of HRH. Turns out we're not alone — the World Chess Hall of Fame is channelling the queen in its latest exhibit, "A Queen Within."
The one-time-only collection explores royal archetypes in an unpredictable fashion, and features designers like Alexander McQueen, Gucci, and Maison Martin Margiela. The works will debut at Christie's tonight only, but we've got an exclusive look at our favorite pieces so you can get your royal fix without hightailing it to midtown. Click through to get a major dose of afternoon eye candy. And, if you're really smitten, stay tuned for the full exhibit to open in St. Louis this fall.
Photo: Courtesy of World Chess Hall of Fame
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