Be Inspired By The Duchess Of Cambridge’s Wimbledon Style – AS Patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, the Duchess of Cambridge is a regular attendee of the SW19 tournament. From her Wimbledon whites, by way of McQueen and Dolce & Gabbana, to her memorable banana-yellow Roksanda dress, Fashion Design Weeks invites you to see and be inspired by her spectator style through the years.
2011 | The Duchess payed homage to the Wimbledon whites player’s dress code in a pleated Temperley London dress in 2011.
2012 | To watch Roger Federer play Mikhail Youzhny on Centre Court in 2011 the Duchess looked elegant in an Alexander McQueen sailor dress.
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2014 | The Duchess looked to Australian brand Zimmermann for a feminine white lace dress to watch Andy Murray play Grigor Dimitrov in the 2014 quarter finals.
2014 | For the men’s final she wore a head-turning Jonathan Saunders dress.
2016 | The Duchess wore a Roksanda dress to watch Serena Williams face Elena Vesnina in the women’s semifinals during the 2016 championships.
2016 | A McQueen-clad Duchess and Prince William watched Andy Murray defeat Milos Raonic in the 2016 Wimbledon men’s final.
2017 | 2017’s bold Dolce & Gabbana polka dots can be seen as a playful take on Wimbledon whites, and the circles a literal nod to the ball games at play.
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