Recently, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, looked radiant in a bright green dress. Eponine London is the new brand in Kate Middleton’s wardrobe. The Duchess wore the minimalist A-line dress when she visited Lavender Primary School to celebrate Children’s Mental Health Week in the U.K., an important part of her work. The Duchess of Cambridge met teachers and parents to talk about mental wellbeing. During the “show and tell” session, the mother-of-three showed the young students a photo of her husband and children, saying that her family makes her feel happy.
She chose for the occasion a long-sleeve shift dress with pocket detailing in a thick bouclé wool. Kate Middleton’s brand new dress has a very ’60s – Swinging London style. The Duchess finished her stylish look with black suede ankle boots from her favourite shoe label, L.K.Bennet, and a Mulberry black clutch. Like all royal family members, the Duchess’s style is usually very classic, but the thick black tights and lace-up booties gave her look a modern feel.
A bit about the new brand in Kate Middleton’s wardrobe
As said, Kate Middleton’s sleek new dress comes from a British brand. Eponine London is a fashion label that makes custom-made pieces and a ready-to-wear collection, inspired in the ‘50s and ‘60s silhouettes. The stylist and creative director, Jet Shenkman, founded this chic brand, and Peter Petrov designs the beautiful garments made in London at the Eponine atelier. The fashion brand creates some capsule collections with unique textiles found in antique shops in Thailand or Africa and Kimonos from Japan.
The colourful dresses, suits, jumpsuits and elegant coats lined with silks designed and printed by Eponine are chic and contemporary. Kate Middleton’s new shift dress also comes in a joyful, bright pink. And you can order from the brand’s online shop. Due to the “Kate effect“, the dress and ankle boots are already out of stock. But you can get Kate Middleton-inspired looks here.
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