Duchess of Cambridge wears petal pink for Commonwealth Day

Duchess of Cambridge wears petal pink for Commonwealth Day
The Duchess of Cambridge attends Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey on March 9. (Getty Images)

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a knee-length, petal pink coat by Alexander McQueen and a hat that resembled a lily pad to attend Commonwealth Day services at Westminster Abbey on Monday. [Footwear News]

In other fashion news:

The biggest excitement of Paris Fashion Week came Tuesday afternoon, when Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson sashayed down the runway at Valentino, announcing that a sequel to the 2001 comedy about male models, "Zoolander," is in the works, Los Angeles Times fashion critic Booth Moore reports. [Los Angeles Times]

Otherwise, Moore is finding Paris Fashion Week's offerings a bit same-old, same-old. [Los Angeles Times]

See all of her coverage on our fashion page.

Apple continues stoking anticipation of the Apple Watch, which is to be available for pre-order starting April 10. On that date, the device will be on view at Galeries Lafayette in Paris, Isetan in Tokyo and Selfridges in London. [WWD]

Juicy Couture plans to open 133 new stores around the world in the next five years.  [WWD]

Cara Delavingne, Suki Waterhouse and Georgia May Jagger are clad in gowns on the cover of British Vogue's April issue, but the inside spread features the three models in lacy underpants and shoes. [People]