An early Christmas gift for Kate? The Duchess of Cambridge wore new £75 gold hoop earrings from trendy French brand Sézane during visit to V&A museum
- Kate Middleton, 39, visited the V&A in London to view exhibition yesterday
- The Duchess of Cambridge wore a new pair of gold earrings for the outing
- Swept her hair into a low ponytail to reveal £75 hoops from French brand Sézane
- Also debuted a new £139 blouse from Ralph Lauren for the solo appearance
The Duchess of Cambridge donned a new pair of trendy gold hoop earrings from French brand Sezane to visit the V&A museum yesterday.
Kate Middleton, 39, who studied art history at university and is royal patron of the V&A, viewed ‘Fabergé in London: Romance to Revolution’ at the London museum.
During the outing, the mother-of-three, who is known for her love of highstreet brands, opted to wear a new set of £75 earrings from French brand Sézane.
The royal swept her hair into a low ponytail to showcase the earrings, pairing the set with a new £139 paisley blouse from Ralph Lauren.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, donned a new pair of trendy gold hoop earrings from French brand Sézane to visit the V&A museum yesterday
Online, the Bruna Hoop Earrings are described as part of the brand’s Archive collection.
The hoops, which are made in India, feature glass stones hand set into 3-micron gold-plated metal with master’s hallmark.
Sézane was founded in 2013 by Morgane Sézalory and was France’s first online only label. It stands against fast fashion by not over producing products and often selling out items.
Kate has often opted for the French brand over the past few years.
Online, the Bruna Hoop Earrings, which are made in India, are described as part of the brand’s Archive collection
In January 2020, mother-of-three Kate donned a Meghan-inspired ensemble by wearing an £80 cream jumper from sustainable French label Sézane for her visit to Stockwell Gardens Nursery and Pre-School in south London.
Meanwhile she has also often worn her now out of stock Sézane Margeurite blouse, having teamed it with a wine coloured jumper for the Cambridge’s Christmas card 2020 and with a Troy London jacket at an engagement in 2019.
The Duchess cut an elegant figure in a retro-style red and blue paisley blouse as she stepped out at the V&A yesterday.
Kate’s trendy blouse from the American designer is described online as ‘an airy georgette shirt’ which is ‘defined by its feminine tie at the neck and delicate shirring’
Kate Middleton, who studied art history at university and is royal patron of the V&A, viewed ‘Fabergé in London : Romance to Revolution’ at the London museum
Meanwhile it’s ‘lightweight fabrication is enhanced by the season’s paisley motif in a rich navy palette’.
The Fabergé exhibition, which opened on 20 November, showcases over 200 objects and celebrates the work of Carl Fabergé and his internationally recognised firm that symbolised Russian craftsmanship and elegance.
During the visit, the mother-of-three heard more about Fabergé’s work and the relatively unknown Anglo-Russian nature of his enterprise, with his only branch outside of Russia opening in London in 1903.
The exhibition features the largest display of his legendary Imperial Easter Eggs in a generation, several of which are being shown in the UK for the first time.
During the visit, the mother-of-three heard more about Fabergé’s work and the relatively unknown Anglo-Russian nature of his enterprise, with his only branch outside of Russia opening in London in 1903
Items include the long lost Third Imperial Egg, discovered by a scrap dealer in 2011 after it went missing in 1964, the largest Imperial Egg – the Moscow Kremlin Egg -inspired by the architecture of the Dormition Cathedral in Moscow and featuring a music box that plays Tsar Nicholas II’s favourite hymn, and the Alexander Palace Egg, which contains a model of the palace inside.
The collection also includes three items lent by Her Majesty The Queen, including the Colonnade Egg, Basket of Flowers Egg and the Mosaic Egg.
The Duchess became the first Royal Patron of the V&A in March 2018 and visited earlier this year when the museum reopened after lockdown.