When news of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s 2017 royal tour of Poland and Germany broke, we were quick to guess which designers Kate, and indeed her stylist Natasha Archer, would turn to.
After all, the 35-year-old is known for dressing diplomatically and often wears garments created by designers from countries she visits. Would she wear a look by German-born Karl Lagerfeld? Or Hamborg-based Jill Sander?
The mum-of-two hasn’t worn a look by either of those iconic monikers yet, but she has worked hard to ensure her wardrobe makes clear her support of British fashion – and her willingness to promote designers from royal tour stop-offs.
She’s also very cleverly dressing in both Poland and Germany’s national colours.
The Duchess landed in Poland wearing Alexander McQueen – the luxe, British label behind her 2011 wedding dress – and turned to the brand again for a Berlin garden party gown. She’s also been photographed wearing Jenny Packham, another fashion favourite of Kate’s, London Fashion Week designer Erdem, Caroline Walker and has sported shoes by Monsoon.
In Warsaw, Kate hit headlines in a feminine, monochrome number by Gosia Baczynska; a highly sought-after Polish designer.
Watch this space to see which other labels the Duchess will model.
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