The Kate Effect in Copenhagen: – Never by chance

DANISH DESIGN: Duchess Kate is pleased to select clothing and accessories from designers living in the countries you visit. Well, she’s in Copenhagen, and for that occasion she chose earrings from Danish Maria Black.

Duchess Kate went to buy Danish jewelry in Copenhagen. The designer told MinMote that they noticed the effect right away.


Copenhagen is having an adorable visit from Duchess Kate this week, and on day one it really gave the fashion world something to talk about.

The Duchess of Cambridge made headlines when she honored the Danish design in the Danish capital, with earrings signed by Maria Black.

Maria Black, the designer behind the namesake jewelry brand, told MinMote that Duchess Kate’s designers discovered her jewelry at Selfridges in London last January. Since then, she’s been hoping to see jewelry on Kate.

– We are so proud and happy that she chose to wear it while visiting Copenhagen. I know it’s never random what Kate wears. Her team makes sure that every dress and piece of jewelry tells a story.

A classic look: Kate arrived at the University of Copenhagen wearing wide black suit pants with matching shoes and bag, as well as a red jacket with gold buttons picking up the gold in her ears.

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Kate is no stranger to dressing up multiple times. During her visit to the Danish capital, she matched the Danish flag in a red Zara jacket with a white Me + Em blouse. She also used the budget-friendly jacket during last summer’s European Championship final.

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She styled it with Roland Mouret pants she’s seen before, Gianvito Rossi shoes in “Piper 85” for about NOK 5,644, and a “Midi Mayfair” bag by Aspinal of London with a price tag. From about 6300 NOK.

Favorite: The Duchess loves to use her clothes a few times. She also wore this red jacket during last year’s European Championship final.
Dio Fashion: One might think it’s still Copenhagen Fashion Week. Future queens, Duchess Kate and Crown Princess Mary, dazzled in elegant gray, white and black outfits. Kate’s new coat, by Catherine Walker. The bag of berries.
New favourite?: While the bag was being replaced, the Duchess was still wearing earrings by Maria Black.

Maria Black believes the Duchess and the team chose her jewelry because they are concerned about the environment and the people. After printing pictures of Kate in Copenhagen, the jewelry designer noticed the so-called “Kate effect”.

– We noticed it right away. Kate appeals not only to the British, but to everyone. We saw a noticeable increase in our sales just two hours after the first articles were published — and that’s from all over the world, she tells MinMote.

And the earrings she chose is the model “Cha Cha” with thick rings made of gold with pearl dangles. The price of the jewelry is 3,198 kroner. Earrings are currently available, but that probably isn’t entirely out of the question Effects Kit It hits again and makes it hard to get it.

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Hello: Kate wears Danish earrings in Denmark.

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The “Kate effect” is not a new phenomenon. Everything the famous Duchess wears seems to have gotten a huge boost in popularity, which many brands have seen over the years. After the birth of Prince George in 2013, The dress she wore was sold out in just two hours. The same thing happened in 2015. When Princess Charlotte’s newly married mother was Selling the dress off completely After posting family photos.

Kate loves to pick designs from the places she visits, which we’ve now seen in Copenhagen. And what did Kate do when she visited Norway in 2018? Yes, she met the “shame” stars of Norwegian design. Underneath a luxurious double-breasted coat from Dolce & Gabbana, concealed a dress from Norwegian byTiMo.

We also saw the Duchess in a floral summer dress by Faithfull The Brand, where Norwegian designer Helle Them-Enger. Until then, the influence of Kate appeared again, because the dress quickly sold out in most online stores.

SNEEK: Kate byTiMo’s dress barely looks forward under a Dolce & Gabbana coat she wore in Oslo in 2018. Here we see her with Prince William, Crown Princess Mette-Marit, Crown Prince Haakon and “actors of shame” Ulrikke Falch and Carl Martin Eggesbø.
Summer: Faithfull The Brand, with Norwegian designer Helle Them-Enger, was behind this floral dress from Kate.

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