The Duchess Diary wrapped its tenth episode this week, and we invited What Kate Wore‘s editor-in-chief Susan Kelley to find out why the Duchess of Cambridge no longer wears her signature brand, Issa London.
Ok, so I’m totally hooked on British reality series, The Only Way Is Essex. A few of my friends and I have plowed through the first three seasons (available free on Hulu.com), and I insist you at least watch a few episodes. Last February we found out that Her Royal Highness is also a fan, which is almost too good to be true.
We were mesmerized by pink lights that lit up London on October 1st in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Every landmark – from Buckingham Palace to the Tower of London – was lit up to kick off a month of fighting the good fight.
Did you know that Prince Charles is patron of a number of breast cancer charities, as is the Duchess of Cornwall? Breast Cancer Haven, Breakthrough Breast Cancer and Macmillan Cancer Support are only a few of the charities supported by the Prince of Wales.
Kelley is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to Catherine’s wardrobe, and I think you’ll find our discussion on Catherine’s “independent dressmaker” look from Tuvalu to be an interesting one.