In 2013, Duchess Kate visited Child Bereavement UK with Prince William. During the visit, she wore a cream-white coat by London-based fashion designer Goat. Specifically, Kate wore the brand’s Redgrave Coat.
Kate paired the coat with a contrasting black outfit (you can read more about the event and Kate’s look here).
About the Goat Redgrave Coat:
The Redgrave coat is a collarless A-line design made from wool. Here’s the description from the Goat website:
The timeless Redgrave Pocket Coat is the coat of choice for royals Kate Middleton and Zara Phillips. This classically sophisticated coat is A-lined shaped and has patch pocket detail. 100% wool. Fully lined. Dry clean only. Made in Britain.
The Redgrave coat has become a cult piece in the collection due to its popularity, thanks to Kate. Goat previously released the coat in a rainbow of colours for spring/summer 2015. Here’s a graphic from their website showing the different colours that were available –
Where to buy Kate’s Goat Redgrave coat:
The Redgrave coat has become one of Goat’s staple pieces, every season the brand re-release the coat in a few core colours (and sometimes prints). They often update the coat in new colours for each season.
As of June 2017, the Redgrave coat is stocked in nine different colours: black, rose pink, light grey, pacific blue, atlantic blue, marine blue, dark navy, cream and nude.
Kate and Goat:
Kate has worn a number of pieces by Goat over the last couple of years – the appear to be one of her go-to brands. Kate first wore the brand’s Redgrave coat in March 2013.