Kate Middleton carries the Anya Hindmarch Maud clutch in black satin. It was her go-to black bag for evening receptions and events between 2011 and 2015.
About Kate’s Anya Hindmarch clutch:
Kate’s Maud clutch is made from soft satin silk and closes with a sparkling gemstone clasp. It is monogrammed with a “C” for Catherine.
Anya Hindmarch’s tiny gold bow logo is also visible at the bottom of Kate’s clutch.
Buying the Anya Hindmarch Maud clutch:
Want to add this sleek clutch to your own evening bag collection? You’re in luck. Fast forward more than a decade and the iconic bag is still available to buy.
The off-the-shelf version is a roomier size than Kate’s bag, and comes with either a pearl clasp, or a gold tassel clasp closure.
The bespoke Maud comes in two sizes, classic with the gemstone clasp as carried by Kate, or the roomier version with the pearl/tassel closure shown above.
With the bespoke version of the Maud clutch, you get to personalise every last inch of the bag. You choose the style, fabric, frame and personalisation details you would like – from embroidered monograms to a hidden embossed message.
Fun fact: Kate owns the Maud clutch in ivory with the pearl clasp too.
Kate Middleton & Anya Hindmarch
Kate’s carried four Anya Hindmarch clutch bags during her time in the Royal Family, to the best of my knowledge.
We’ve seen the Princess sport the Maud in ivory, a fan-shaped design crafted from straw, and the ‘Marano’ box clutch in blue.
About Anya Hindmarch:
Anya Hindmarch is a British design house that effortlessly blends whimsy with luxury, a distinct hallmark that sets it apart in the fashion landscape.
Founded in 1987 by its namesake designer, the brand is renowned for its playful approach to accessories, most notably handbags.
Anya Hindmarch brings a breath of fresh air to luxury, offering pieces that not only serve as stylish statements but also as conversational icebreakers.
Another royal connection:
Princess Diana used to carry the Anya Hindmarch Maud clutch in blue satin too! (For picture, see here).