if theKate effect it is still very tangible among fans of the princess’ style (who often send e-commerce into raptures to replicate her looks), no less it happens among the Hollywood ranks.
Whether they were pure coincidences or well-studied stylistic choices, we have often seen them in recent years actresses “in the shoes” of Kate Middleton, but also vice versa. The last case dates back to a few months ago, when, on the occasion of Emmy Awards 2022the actress Caitlin Mehner decided to squeeze into a vaporous long dress signed emerald Jenny Packham, exactly the same model worn by William’s wife last March, during the royal tours Caribbean.
Sharing stylistic choices? Fashion tribute? Fluke? Royal inspiration? Can be. The answer to the curious case is undoubtedly pure coincidence matchy matchy happened in 2016. Kate from one part of the world (specifically in Bhutan) e Drew Barrymore on the other (in New York) they found themselves sporting, unknowingly, the same colorful Tory Burch designer dress on the same day, April 14th. A real fashion complicity.
Impeccable as always, the Princess of Wales has crafted a total look in a sophisticated shade of green perfect for the prevailing season. Complete with a Mango knit dress, which we are sure will be sold out in just a few clicks
And what about Dita von Teese. The burlesque dancer, a few months ago, decided to light up the New York scene by slipping into a long dress identical to the unforgettable cape dress of sequins and sequins that the future sovereign unlined for the London premiere of No time to die. A riot of lights and golden sparkles that Teese wanted to imitate, but opting for a delicate aqua green.
If it is true that Kate has always been considered a true style icon capable of inspiring, it is equally certain that there have been several times in which she has followed the trend dictated by something else. Laws Paris Hilton and the candid dress by the Self Portrait brand worn by Kate the following month, or the tweed midi dress by Erdem sported by Carey Mulligan in 2016 and replicated by the royal one a year later, personalizing it with the addition of a belt.
Undoubtedly all cases of pure coincidenceyet evidence of how the distance between Hollywood and the Royal Palace is really minimal. Or at least stylistically speaking.