Kate Middleton owns the Roland Mouret Ella Dress in white.
The Princess has worn the stunning white dress twice in public to date. At a gala dinner in May 2012 and again to a film premiere in 2013.
About the Roland Mouret Ella Dress:
The wool-crepe gown features subtly gathered sides and is fully lined in silk. It also features an asymmetric zip fastening along the back.
Roland Mouret describes the piece as a “contemporary cut with expertly crafted panelling to flatter the silhouette and construct svelte contours”.
The gown comes from Roland Mouret’s ‘White Collection’ which offers a sophisticated selection of sleek, modern wedding dresses.
Initially called the ‘Lombard’ gown, Roland Mouret later released the gown with the new name ‘Ella’.
Buying Kate’s white dress:
At the time of writing (September 2023), the Ella gown can be found at The Outnet in limited sizes.
Does Kate Middleton wear Roland Mouret often?
In recent years, the Princess has increasingly embraced Roland Mouret, incorporating numerous pieces from the designer into her wardrobe. She’s been seen in a selection of suits on recent occasions, including this camel coloured ensemble. Over the last decade, she’s showcased several of the designer’s dresses. Notable mentions include the elegant Lamble off-shoulder dress in classic black and white, the sophisticated Nansen dress in a vibrant blue hue and the short sleeve cady dress in a vivid green.
About Roland Mouret:
Roland Mouret is a renowned French fashion designer, celebrated for his exquisite draping and form-fitting silhouettes that highlight the natural curves of the body.
Mouret skyrocketed to fame with the iconic “Galaxy” dress in 2005, which was coveted by celebrities and fashion enthusiasts alike.
His collections often feature a mix of bold colors, innovative textures, and meticulous craftsmanship, making each piece a statement of elegance and modernity.