Rupert Sanderson

20 Jan 19
Fashion Trends

After her casual appearance at a community garden on Tuesday, the Duchess of Cambridge was back to her usual smart self for a visit to the Royal Opera House in London on Wednesday. Kate’s trip included a visit to the costume department, so it’s no surprise that she chose a statement-making outfit for the occasion. […]

18 Jan 19
Fashion Trends

After her casual appearance at a community garden on Tuesday, the Duchess of Cambridge was back to her usual smart self for a visit to the Royal Opera House in London on Wednesday. Kate’s trip included a visit to the costume department, so it’s no surprise that she chose a statement-making outfit for the occasion. […]

18 Jan 19
The Sun
KATE Middleton has gone from fab to drab in the royal style stakes. At just 37, the mum-of-three is adding decades by playing it safe with frumpy frocks and dowdy hair – outshone by sister-in-law Meghan Markle’s Hollywood razzle dazzle. Thankfully, The Sun Fashion Team are here to help by swapping the Duchess of Cambridge’s blowsy basics for some high street heroes. Kate Middleton embraced the midi skirt trend on a Royal visit with Prince William with this tartan number We help mum Kate Middleton reclaim her style crown by updating her current wardrobe with high street picks By trading her dated peplum two-piece for an on-trend trouser suit or her prim cardis for chunky knits, this princess will be a style queen in no time, as per our mocked-up “after” pics. Here, our team guides you through their Middleton Makeover – only without the Buckingham Palace budget. Royal outing Her outfit… Peplum pleats make Kate Middleton’s smart suit look dated in this £3,720 outfit Magenta suit, £2,700 from Oscar de la Renta Black heels, £525 from Rupert ­Sanderson Box handbag, £495 from Aspinal of London KATE Middleton’s gone for royal purple but she could have been one step ahead by picking next season’s hot hue – lilac. Peplum pleats make a smart suit look dated and the skirt length is neither here nor there. Our pick… Kate Middleton could freshen up her formal look with this trouser co-ord, costing £370.99, which could flatter her slender frame Grey coat, £34.99 from New Look — buy now Shirt, £29 from ­Topshop  Lilac blazer, £140 from French Connection Trousers, £80 from French Connection Bag, £18 from River Island Shoes, £69 from Office Kate could freshen up her formal look with a trouser co-ord, much more flattering for her slender frame. Plus, it means she can lose those matronly black tights while still staying cosy on a chilly day. Country walk Her outfit… Kate Middleton should give the trusty tweed jacket in this £868.58 outfit a break in favour of a bright statement coat Tweed jacket, £399 from Dubarry Jumper, £79.59 from J Crew Jeans, £29.99 from Zara Boots, £360 from See by Chloe A RURAL stroll doesn’t mean you have to blend in with the bushes – head-to-toe khaki is as dull as dishwater. Give the trusty tweed jacket a break in favour of a bright statement coat – not only will this lift the colour in Kate’s complexion but it will brighten up those grey skies too. Our pick… This dramatic red coat in outfit costing £180.99 would lift the colour in Kate’s complexion and it will brighten up those grey skies too Red coat, £68 from Next — buy now Cream roll-neck, £12 from Peacocks Jeans, £25.99 from New Look Trainers, £75 from Adidas at Schuh — buy now And time to ditch those faithful skinny jeans – other styles are available, you know. A mom style will still look slimming but ­modern too. Tea with the Queen Her outfit… Kate Middleton should ditch the ageing frocks like this £639 outfit and opt for a more on-trend jumpsuit Green polka-dot dress, £325 from LK Bennett Khaki clutch, £119 from LK Bennett Khaki suede courts, £195 from LK Bennett THIS inoffensive dress is classic Kate – but the ­pussy-bow neckline and long sleeves remind us of the 1940s. Some style flair is desperately needed with this sort of dress – Kate could have at least rolled up the sleeves a little. Our pick… The tailored shape of this jumpsuit in an outfit costing £133 means it’s smart but the top can be unbuttoned a tad to show a flash of flesh Jumpsuit, £45 from Asos — buy now Bag, £18 from Nasty Gal Shoes, £70 from Dune — buy now She should ditch the ageing frocks and opt for a more on-trend jumpsuit. Its tailored shape means it’s smart but the top can be unbuttoned a tad to show a flash of flesh. Paired with her trusty nude courts, she wouldn’t put a foot wrong. School run Her outfit… The traditional check and buttoned-up cardigan combo costing £1.708 was more suited to the likes of Camilla than Kate Middleton Black cashmere cardigan, £208 from Brora Tartan skirt, £1,500 from Emilia Wickstead KATE embraced the midi skirt trend with this tartan number. But the traditional check and buttoned-up cardigan combo was more suited to the likes of Camilla than a dazzling duchess in her thirties. Our pick… Kate Middleton could add a cosy chunky knit to a simple and stylish look, which costs £109.98, that’s hot off the catwalk Cream jumper, £20 from Dorothy Perkins Skirt, £19.99 from New Look — buy now White boots, £69.99 from Zara Switching from plaid to a silky midi and adding a cosy chunky knit is a simple and stylish look that’s hot off the catwalk. Teamed with white kitten-heeled boots, this mum of three would be stepping out in style. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Red-carpet ready Her outfit… Kate Middleton missed the mark in this gathered ballgown, which cost approximately £7,000 Ruched ball-gown, £7,000 approx from ­Alexander McQueen LOOKING more like an Eighties pageant queen than a future Queen of England in this gathered ballgown, Kate missed the mark. If there’s one thing a princess should be able to do well it’s sashay around in enviable eveningwear. Our pick… Kate Middleton could take a risk with this red-carpet ready style, costing £98.99, for her next Royal do Dress, £73 from ChiChi — buy now Shoes, £25.99 from New Look And that certainly doesn’t mean dressing like every ­bridesmaid’s worst nightmare. Kate could take a risk with our slinky style. [bc_video video_id=”5855288813001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Kate Middleton takes a leaf out of Meghan Markle’s style book and stays snug in skinny jeans and polo neck jumper on chilly outing in Essex”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk  
18 Jan 19
The Scottish Sun
KATE Middleton has gone from fab to drab in the royal style stakes. At just 37, the mum-of-three is adding decades by playing it safe with frumpy frocks and dowdy hair – outshone by sister-in-law Meghan Markle’s Hollywood razzle dazzle. Thankfully, The Sun Fashion Team are here to help by swapping the Duchess of Cambridge’s blowsy basics for some high street heroes. Kate Middleton embraced the midi skirt trend on a Royal visit with Prince William with this tartan number We help mum Kate Middleton reclaim her style crown by updating her current wardrobe with high street picks By trading her dated peplum two-piece for an on-trend trouser suit or her prim cardis for chunky knits, this princess will be a style queen in no time, as per our mocked-up “after” pics. Here, our team guides you through their Middleton Makeover – only without the Buckingham Palace budget. Royal outing Her outfit… Peplum pleats make Kate Middleton’s smart suit look dated in this £3,720 outfit Magenta suit, £2,700 from Oscar de la Renta Black heels, £525 from Rupert ­Sanderson Box handbag, £495 from Aspinal of London KATE Middleton’s gone for royal purple but she could have been one step ahead by picking next season’s hot hue – lilac. Peplum pleats make a smart suit look dated and the skirt length is neither here nor there. Our pick… Kate Middleton could freshen up her formal look with this trouser co-ord, costing £370.99, which could flatter her slender frame Grey coat, £34.99 from New Look — buy now Shirt, £29 from ­Topshop  Lilac blazer, £140 from French Connection Trousers, £80 from French Connection Bag, £18 from River Island Shoes, £69 from Office Kate could freshen up her formal look with a trouser co-ord, much more flattering for her slender frame. Plus, it means she can lose those matronly black tights while still staying cosy on a chilly day. Country walk Her outfit… Kate Middleton should give the trusty tweed jacket in this £868.58 outfit a break in favour of a bright statement coat Tweed jacket, £399 from Dubarry Jumper, £79.59 from J Crew Jeans, £29.99 from Zara Boots, £360 from See by Chloe A RURAL stroll doesn’t mean you have to blend in with the bushes – head-to-toe khaki is as dull as dishwater. Give the trusty tweed jacket a break in favour of a bright statement coat – not only will this lift the colour in Kate’s complexion but it will brighten up those grey skies too. Our pick… This dramatic red coat in outfit costing £180.99 would lift the colour in Kate’s complexion and it will brighten up those grey skies too Red coat, £68 from Next — buy now Cream roll-neck, £12 from Peacocks Jeans, £25.99 from New Look Trainers, £75 from Adidas at Schuh — buy now And time to ditch those faithful skinny jeans – other styles are available, you know. A mom style will still look slimming but ­modern too. Tea with the Queen Her outfit… Kate Middleton should ditch the ageing frocks like this £639 outfit and opt for a more on-trend jumpsuit Green polka-dot dress, £325 from LK Bennett Khaki clutch, £119 from LK Bennett Khaki suede courts, £195 from LK Bennett THIS inoffensive dress is classic Kate – but the ­pussy-bow neckline and long sleeves remind us of the 1940s. Some style flair is desperately needed with this sort of dress – Kate could have at least rolled up the sleeves a little. Our pick… The tailored shape of this jumpsuit in an outfit costing £133 means it’s smart but the top can be unbuttoned a tad to show a flash of flesh Jumpsuit, £45 from Asos — buy now Bag, £18 from Nasty Gal Shoes, £70 from Dune — buy now She should ditch the ageing frocks and opt for a more on-trend jumpsuit. Its tailored shape means it’s smart but the top can be unbuttoned a tad to show a flash of flesh. Paired with her trusty nude courts, she wouldn’t put a foot wrong. School run Her outfit… The traditional check and buttoned-up cardigan combo costing £1.708 was more suited to the likes of Camilla than Kate Middleton Black cashmere cardigan, £208 from Brora Tartan skirt, £1,500 from Emilia Wickstead KATE embraced the midi skirt trend with this tartan number. But the traditional check and buttoned-up cardigan combo was more suited to the likes of Camilla than a dazzling duchess in her thirties. Our pick… Kate Middleton could add a cosy chunky knit to a simple and stylish look, which costs £109.98, that’s hot off the catwalk Cream jumper, £20 from Dorothy Perkins Skirt, £19.99 from New Look — buy now White boots, £69.99 from Zara Switching from plaid to a silky midi and adding a cosy chunky knit is a simple and stylish look that’s hot off the catwalk. Teamed with white kitten-heeled boots, this mum of three would be stepping out in style. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Red-carpet ready Her outfit… Kate Middleton missed the mark in this gathered ballgown, which cost approximately £7,000 Ruched ball-gown, £7,000 approx from ­Alexander McQueen LOOKING more like an Eighties pageant queen than a future Queen of England in this gathered ballgown, Kate missed the mark. If there’s one thing a princess should be able to do well it’s sashay around in enviable eveningwear. Our pick… Kate Middleton could take a risk with this red-carpet ready style, costing £98.99, for her next Royal do Dress, £73 from ChiChi — buy now Shoes, £25.99 from New Look And that certainly doesn’t mean dressing like every ­bridesmaid’s worst nightmare. Kate could take a risk with our slinky style. [bc_video video_id=”5855288813001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Kate Middleton takes a leaf out of Meghan Markle’s style book and stays snug in skinny jeans and polo neck jumper on chilly outing in Essex”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk  
18 Jan 19
The Irish Sun
KATE Middleton has gone from fab to drab in the royal style stakes. At just 37, the mum-of-three is adding decades by playing it safe with frumpy frocks and dowdy hair – outshone by sister-in-law Meghan Markle’s Hollywood razzle dazzle. Thankfully, The Sun Fashion Team are here to help by swapping the Duchess of Cambridge’s blowsy basics for some high street heroes. Kate Middleton embraced the midi skirt trend on a Royal visit with Prince William with this tartan number We help mum Kate Middleton reclaim her style crown by updating her current wardrobe with high street picks By trading her dated peplum two-piece for an on-trend trouser suit or her prim cardis for chunky knits, this princess will be a style queen in no time, as per our mocked-up “after” pics. Here, our team guides you through their Middleton Makeover – only without the Buckingham Palace budget. Royal outing Her outfit… Peplum pleats make Kate Middleton’s smart suit look dated in this £3,720 outfit Magenta suit, £2,700 from Oscar de la Renta Black heels, £525 from Rupert ­Sanderson Box handbag, £495 from Aspinal of London KATE Middleton’s gone for royal purple but she could have been one step ahead by picking next season’s hot hue – lilac. Peplum pleats make a smart suit look dated and the skirt length is neither here nor there. Our pick… Kate Middleton could freshen up her formal look with this trouser co-ord, costing £370.99, which could flatter her slender frame Grey coat, £34.99 from New Look — buy now Shirt, £29 from ­Topshop  Lilac blazer, £140 from French Connection Trousers, £80 from French Connection Bag, £18 from River Island Shoes, £69 from Office Kate could freshen up her formal look with a trouser co-ord, much more flattering for her slender frame. Plus, it means she can lose those matronly black tights while still staying cosy on a chilly day. Country walk Her outfit… Kate Middleton should give the trusty tweed jacket in this £868.58 outfit a break in favour of a bright statement coat Tweed jacket, £399 from Dubarry Jumper, £79.59 from J Crew Jeans, £29.99 from Zara Boots, £360 from See by Chloe A RURAL stroll doesn’t mean you have to blend in with the bushes – head-to-toe khaki is as dull as dishwater. Give the trusty tweed jacket a break in favour of a bright statement coat – not only will this lift the colour in Kate’s complexion but it will brighten up those grey skies too. Our pick… This dramatic red coat in outfit costing £180.99 would lift the colour in Kate’s complexion and it will brighten up those grey skies too Red coat, £68 from Next — buy now Cream roll-neck, £12 from Peacocks Jeans, £25.99 from New Look Trainers, £75 from Adidas at Schuh — buy now And time to ditch those faithful skinny jeans – other styles are available, you know. A mom style will still look slimming but ­modern too. Tea with the Queen Her outfit… Kate Middleton should ditch the ageing frocks like this £639 outfit and opt for a more on-trend jumpsuit Green polka-dot dress, £325 from LK Bennett Khaki clutch, £119 from LK Bennett Khaki suede courts, £195 from LK Bennett THIS inoffensive dress is classic Kate – but the ­pussy-bow neckline and long sleeves remind us of the 1940s. Some style flair is desperately needed with this sort of dress – Kate could have at least rolled up the sleeves a little. Our pick… The tailored shape of this jumpsuit in an outfit costing £133 means it’s smart but the top can be unbuttoned a tad to show a flash of flesh Jumpsuit, £45 from Asos — buy now Bag, £18 from Nasty Gal Shoes, £70 from Dune — buy now She should ditch the ageing frocks and opt for a more on-trend jumpsuit. Its tailored shape means it’s smart but the top can be unbuttoned a tad to show a flash of flesh. Paired with her trusty nude courts, she wouldn’t put a foot wrong. School run Her outfit… The traditional check and buttoned-up cardigan combo costing £1.708 was more suited to the likes of Camilla than Kate Middleton Black cashmere cardigan, £208 from Brora Tartan skirt, £1,500 from Emilia Wickstead KATE embraced the midi skirt trend with this tartan number. But the traditional check and buttoned-up cardigan combo was more suited to the likes of Camilla than a dazzling duchess in her thirties. Our pick… Kate Middleton could add a cosy chunky knit to a simple and stylish look, which costs £109.98, that’s hot off the catwalk Cream jumper, £20 from Dorothy Perkins Skirt, £19.99 from New Look — buy now White boots, £69.99 from Zara Switching from plaid to a silky midi and adding a cosy chunky knit is a simple and stylish look that’s hot off the catwalk. Teamed with white kitten-heeled boots, this mum of three would be stepping out in style. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Red-carpet ready Her outfit… Kate Middleton missed the mark in this gathered ballgown, which cost approximately £7,000 Ruched ball-gown, £7,000 approx from ­Alexander McQueen LOOKING more like an Eighties pageant queen than a future Queen of England in this gathered ballgown, Kate missed the mark. If there’s one thing a princess should be able to do well it’s sashay around in enviable eveningwear. Our pick… Kate Middleton could take a risk with this red-carpet ready style, costing £98.99, for her next Royal do Dress, £73 from ChiChi — buy now Shoes, £25.99 from New Look And that certainly doesn’t mean dressing like every ­bridesmaid’s worst nightmare. Kate could take a risk with our slinky style. [bc_video video_id=”5855288813001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Kate Middleton takes a leaf out of Meghan Markle’s style book and stays snug in skinny jeans and polo neck jumper on chilly outing in Essex”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk  
17 Jan 19
It's me

The Duchess of Cambridge paid a special visit to the Royal Opera House today, seeing the costume department and meeting members of The Royal Ballet. The Duchess has taken Princess Charlotte along to a few ballet performances before, and both she and Prince George have been learning the dance. Up to 10,000 costumes are created […]

17 Jan 19
Fashion Trends

After her casual appearance at a community garden on Tuesday, the Duchess of Cambridge was back to her usual smart self for a visit to the Royal Opera House in London on Wednesday. Kate’s trip included a visit to the costume department, so it’s no surprise that she chose a statement-making outfit for the occasion. […]

17 Jan 19
Royal Family GB

This visit was of special interest to the Duchess.

16 Jan 19
Rebecca Starr Brown

This morning the Duchess of Cambridge carried out an engagement at The Royal Opera House in Covent Garden where she was shown around the costume department and treated to a private performance of the ballet ‘The Two Pigeons.’

16 Jan 19
News Archives Uk

The Duchess of Cambridge revealed that her daughter Princess Charlotte was "very excited" during a tour of the Royal Opera House, where she talked about her passion for textiles and costume design. Kate particularly mentioned her daughter's thanks to a member of the ROH team and how three-year-old Charlotte enjoyed the "small introduction" and "been […]

16 Jan 19
Robert Shugart

We love being blessed with multiple Kate Middleton sightings in one week. After stepping out in jeggings and hiking boots  yesterday, Middleton is back to her fancy ways. For a visit to London’s Royal Opera House this morning, the Duchess wore a magenta Oscar de la Renta suit with tights and black patent leather Rupert Sanderson […]

16 Jan 19
Footwear News

The pumps were created by one of her go-to designers, Rupert Sanderson.

16 Jan 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Webazine

We love being blessed with multiple Kate Middleton sightings in one week. After stepping out in jeggings and hiking boots yesterday, Middleton is back to her fancy ways. For a visit to London’s Royal Opera House this morning, the Duchess wore a magenta Oscar de la Renta suit with tights and black patent leather Rupert Sanderson pumps. […]