The Duchess of Cambridge may not attend London Fashion Week, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t support the the UK’s booming fashion industry.
The royal is a huge advocate of British style and frequently gives her stamp of approval to brands born right here in Blighty.
She famously tied the knot in Alexander McQueen, made her first post-pregnancy appearance in Jenny Packham and her wardrobe also boasts the likes of Victoria Beckham and Stella McCartney designs.
But it’s not just these British labels the mum-of-two supports. A number of current London Fashion Week (LFW) designer ensembles have found their way into Kate’s collection in recent years.
During her recent tour of Germany and Poland alone, the Duchess wore Emilia Wickstead, Markus Lupfer and Erdem – all LFW labels that have secured a spot on the September 2017 line-up.
Other LFW designers, such as Roksanda, Christopher Kane, Preen and Temperley, have also been worn by Kate, proving that she’s not just an advocate for home-grown style but really has her finger on the fashion pulse.
Or, at least, her stylist does.
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