Kate Middleton is quite obviously a young royal who is constantly in the spotlight and put on a pedestal, usually literally in addition to figuratively, due to her gracious demeanor, seemingly effortless style in both clothing herself and her children, and in regards to her choices for beautifying techniques.
The Duchess of Cambridge has brought recognition to a number of designers, businesses, and brands, simply due to reports and claims that the gorgeous mother of two is a supporter. Earlier this year, Kate’s trick for keeping her feet comfy while endlessly having to walk and greet onlookers in heels was revealed, resulting in instant buy-ups of the Alice Bow Insoles.
More recently, those responsible for the flawless fashions of the Duchess and her little ones were outed and made the focus of news headlines, resulting in a sales increase for all involved. Amaia Kids is the go-to clothier Kate doesn’t hesitate to visit to ensure her kids are well dressed. The head designer shared with Hello! just how wonderful it’s been having Kate as a returning customer and also is grateful for the profit the royals have brought the brand. Hello! made mention of the fact that an outfit purchased from the designer was a hit with the public, noting that when Prince George showed up at the hospital to visit Charlotte in an Amaia Kids outfit “[he] proved the perfect model for the Chelsea-based brand, with the items selling out within hours online.”
When it comes to Kate’s own flawless fashion, she turns to designer Jenny Peckham for the majority of her pieces. It’s no wonder the talented designer has become so prevalent on the fashion scene, aside from the fact that she makes incredible pieces for both brides and for the purpose of other special occasions. As the Inquisitr recently reported, the designer is quite pleased that she can expect Kate to step out in her garments for royal appearances.
“[It’s] always quite a collaboration. You kind of always know where [each garment is] going to be worn.”
Most recently, out of the go-to artisans, designers, and beauty boutiques the Duchess has on her hot list, reports are turning to the royal rug designer. Luke Irwin, as relayed via Architectural Digest, is the master rug maker who ensures the floor space within the royal’s residence is tastefully decorated. This talented artist of the industry has released a new collection and it is sure to be a hit, due to the quality of craftsmanship in combination with the fact that Kate and William are supporters of Irwin’s work.
— ELLE Decoration UK (@ELLEDecoUK) April 29, 2015
The publication shares in regards to the designer’s latest collection, as well in regards to Middleton’s tastes when it comes to accenting her floors.
“There are five styles, in five sizes, at prices that range from $2,000 to $11,000—they’re certainly more approachable to what graces Middleton’s floors. Still, hand-knotted in India with Persian and Tibetan techniques, they maintain a look of artisanal (if even royally approved) quality.”
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