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Issa London & Banana Republic launch Kate Middleton dress
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Aug '13
courtesy: stylenest.co.uk
courtesy: stylenest.co.uk
Fashionistas, who have been eagerly waiting to lay their hands on some of the covetable pieces worn by the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, will not have to wait any longer.
 
The sophisticated royal’s favourite UK-based brand Issa London has come up with an exclusive collection in collaboration with the American clothier Banana Republic.
 
Infused with Issa’s signature prints and Banana Republic’s effortless modernity, the 40-piece line features the famous royal blue silk wrap number donned by the Duchess during her engagement announcement back in 2010.
 
Exclusively available for sale at select Banana Republic stores and online, the freshly launched range also includes a variety colourful kaftans, kimonos and shift dresses.
 
Founded in 1978, California-based Banana Republic operates more than 600 stores worldwide.
 
Established in 2004, Issa London specializes in in-house designed women’s apparel for any occasion and body shape.
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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