Kate’s Brands

Temperley London

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Temperley London, founded by designer Alice Temperley, is known for feminine silhouettes, accents of lace detailing, stich-work and delicate fabrics.  The Duchess, on numerous occasions has selected this upscale brand for her outings as well as their sister brand Alice by Temperley. Such events include : War Horse Premiere, Royal Tour to Malaysia, Wimbledon Match, SportsAid, Royal Tour Australia, & Remembrance Day to name a few.

 

 

 

Beulah London

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Beulah London was founded in 2011 and is dedicated to social justice within their business model, by employing human trafficking victims to make the garments. Not only are the garments stunning but the brand has major support from ECPAT-UK, Freeset & Dalit Freedom Network. Known for their light fabrics and playfully light prints Beulah has been one of the Duchess’ favorite brand the last few years. Catherine has worn their garments on several occasions including a friends wedding, a Hedge fund Gala, & The Royal Tour to Malaysia.

Bio Taken from Beulahlondon.com

 

 

Orla Kiely

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Orla Kiely is an Irish brand known for contemporary designs with retro patterns and palette. Catherine has worn her garments quite a few times, favoring  her classic pleated designs with fit and flare detail.

 

 

 

 

 

Joseph UK

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Joseph UK, created by Joseph Ettedgui is a High Street brand that Catherine has been seen wearing since the second we started following her style.  From wool coats to light weight dresses, Joseph has pretty much anything you need for simplistic and classic designs that will last in your wardrobe for years.  Catherine ‘s most signature Joseph pieces are her Jackets, she even had her coat taken out will pregnant with Prince George.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M Missoni

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M Missoni’s signature style and palette, patterns and prints have become synonymous with a keen and sure sense of taste: exquisite figurative or abstract motifs inspired by nature, art and architecture, different habits and cultures. Constructions, cuts and fits are the credentials of a fashion which, while rooted in tradition, comes on new season after season in a spirit of non conformist freedom (taken from M Missoni’s ABOUT page). Kate has been seen countless times sporting the label’s signature boucle/wool detailed designs, specifically her Blue Wool Coat.

 

 

Zara

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Zara is a Spanish clothing and accessories retailer based in Arteixo, Galicia, and founded in 1975.  Available worldwide with over 2,000 stores, Zara produces ready to wear women’s, men’s and kid’s clothing that is on trend while still incorporating a hint of traditional tailoring.  Kate has been shopping at Zara for years.  From their blazers, to their coats and dresses Kate always finds a way to make a $100 outfit look like $1 million.

 

Erdem

 

 

Established in London in 2005 by Erdem Moralioglu, the eponymous ready-to-wear brand, Erdem, has come to be synonymous with versatile yet powerful femininity. Erdem trained at the prestigious Royal College of Art in London where he remained to launch the brand following his graduation. Known for his use of experimental textiles, vibrant prints, and detailed craftsmanship, Erdem has created a beautiful world of the delicate mixed with the bold.  Kate has a tendency to wear Erdem’s fitted dresses.

 

Bio Taken from: erdem.com

 

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