6 Ways Kate Middleton Could Use Her Popularity to Boost British Ethical Fashion

by , 08/15/11

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Whether you love it or hate it, there’s no denying that Kate Middleton‘s wardrobe attracts some serious attention. With many Brits and others around the world looking to Kate for clothing inspiration, we really think she could boost ethical fashion in the UK simply by donning an ethically made cardigan or a pair of fair trade flats and taking a stroll down a posh London street. And we know at least seven of Britain’s leading ethical designers agree with us because we talked to them about what sustainable styles they’d like to see the duchess wear next. Read on to see what they said!


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