With her penchant for mixing high street with high-end, the Duchess of Camdridge tops the best-dressed list for the second year in a row
With her penchant for mixing high street with high-end, Kate Middleton has topped Vanity Fair’s best-dressed list for the second year in a row.
The Duchess of Cambridge has landed a covetable spot on the Vanity Fair Best-Dressed List 2012 as well as bagging the cover of the magazine’s September 2012 Style Issue with the accompanying headline, ‘Kate the Great.’ She was featured on the best-dressed list last year and also in 2008.
Known for championing British designers like Alexander McQueen, Temperley London and Issa, as well as hot young talents like Erdem and Roksanda Ilincic, Kate is also a fan of the British high street, often wearing designs from Hobbs, L.K. Bennett and Zara.
Other Brits joining Duchess Kate on the best-dressed list this year include Stella McCartney, model Poppy Delevingne, Eddie Redmayne, Ozwald Boateng, Colin and Livia Firth and Prince Harry. Other royals to make the cut include Gucci face Charlotte Casiraghi, Princess Alexandra of Greece and Princess Mary of Denmark.
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