Kate Middleton's Go-to Fashion Designers Create Collections Fit for a Queen (or Duchess)

We predict Kate will step out in one of these royally chic LFW SS18 designs any day now…

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A parade of regal collections at London Fashion Week showed there’s no shortage of affection for the Royal Family.

Canadian-born designer Erdem Moralioglu presented a collection inspired by Queen Elizabeth II (everyone who attended the show even received an archival image from a 1958 royal command performance). Featuring elbow-length gloves, prim tailoring and gold or pearl embellishments, the ’50s-inspired collection epitomized modern royal style with a nod to British heritage–and set the stage for the rest of the week. Many of the Duchess of Cambridge’s other go-to designers drew their inspiration from Kate, creating a modern view of femininity that was both refined and refreshing. Emilia Wickstead, Temperley London and Burberry–all labels that Kate loves–presented collections ideal for a royal occasion.

Here, we round up the season’s best and most stylish pieces that we’re sure will earn the duchess’s seal of approval.

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