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Vogue (June 2016): The Duchess Of Cambridge

We can't stop talking about the latest centenary cover shoot for Vogue (June 2016) featuring the Duchess of Cambridge looking beautiful and radiant in a wide-brimmed felt fedora hat. As if we needed another reason to love the Duchess and her style, British Vogue Editor, Alexandra Shulman, has triumphed once again. 

The Duchess of Cambridge is photographed by Josh Olins in the Norfolk countryside in January of this year. Natural, relaxed and full of smiles, she looks stunning in a green wide-brimmed felt hat paired with a brown suede coat and simple white shirt from Burberry.

We absolutely love the styling, and what better way to endorse the current hat-wearing trend - it's just a small shame she wasn't wearing a Penmayne of London hat instead!    

The good news is that two of the portraits from the centenary cover shoot will be added to the Vogue 100: A Century of Style exhibition currently running at the National Portrait Gallery. We have been twice already (it is absolutely stunning) and now have the perfect excuse to go again before it closes at the end of May 2016. 

Duchess of Cambridge: The Hat Edit

For the ultimate in town and country chic, follow in the stylish footsteps of the Duchess of Cambridge in one of Penmayne of London's classic wide-brimmed Willow Fedoras; the perfect choice for both the avid hat wearer and a first time buyer. What's more, the hats are designed and made here in Britain, and hand-trimmed and finished in the Penmayne Studio, London. 

Read more about Penmayne of London: The British Luxury Hat Brand 

Get The Look 

Willow Fedora in Green | Leather & Pheasant Feather Band, £319

Willow Fedora in Midnight Blue | Patent & Black Leather Band, £309

Willow Fedora in Mink | Beige & Taupe Leather Band, £309

 

Browse The Willow Fedora Collection >>>

 

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