Kate Middleton wore the red and coral striped Athena Wool Jacquard Coat by Scottish designer Jonathan Saunders during a visit to the country in 2014.
About Kate’s Jonathan Saunders Athena Coat:
The coat was part of Jonathan Saunders’ fall winter 2013 collection, according to the Moda Operandi website, where it sold for $2,555.
Moda Operandi described the coat as follows:
[The] stripe wool jacquard coat from Jonathan Saunders features a notched collar, single breast pocket, full-length sleeves, flap front pockets, and a single vent at back.
The coat was made in the UK and featured single breasted button fastenings. It was also fully lined and was crafted from 86% wool, 11% mohair and 3% polyamide.
The coat was also available in a green stripe colourway from a number of retailers, including Net-A-Porter
Jonathan Saunders was named Scottish Fashion Designer of the Year back in 2005.