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Next showcases latest LK Bennett line
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Mar '12
British fashion retailer Next showcases the latest LK Bennett collection, the popular women's fashion brand often worn by the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton. Founded by Linda Bennett in London in 1990, L.K.Bennett has since established itself as a leading British fashion name, offering sophisticated dress, shoe, blazer and handbag collections to meet the lifestyle of every woman.

Reflecting its unmistakable British heritage; LK Bennett is a modern blend of femininity, colour and style. Their newest collections of structured dresses, oversized handbags, sandals, court shoes and wedges appeal to women who want a wardrobe perfect for any occasion. Making up the collection online at next.co.uk is an array of catwalk inspired women's fashion, including a stunning lace shift dress, nude shoes and a ballerina clutch bag, as well as a bold floral printed maxi dress and an animal print bodycon.

As seen worn by Kate Middleton and other well-dressed celebrities, particular luxury pieces seen on fashion icons are also stocked at Next. The Duchess of Cambridge chose wore LK Bennett's signature Davina dress in teal with the matching Jude Jacket for the first day of the Queen's Jubilee celebrations in Leicester, which can be bought in red at Next. The Duchess also wore the Sledge shoe at The Royal Ascot, a patent court shoe also favoured by Princess Beatrice and Carole Middleton. Not to mention this season's Anna underarm bag, completing the looks of Anna Friel and Dannii Minogue.

Brimming with all the hottest trends, this season Next has all the best in the latest designer brands, womenswear, menswear, children's and homeware.

NEXT, established 1982, is a leading British brand offering stylish clothes and accessories for all the family – plus beautiful home furnishings too.

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