Kate Middleton owns a pair of Rupert Sanderson ‘Calice’ pumps in light pink.
To date, we’ve not seen her wear the pumps again since. Which is a surprise to me, because they’re so elegant. For that reason, I’m certain she’ll bring them back in the future.
About the Rupert Sanderson Calice Pumps:
The Rupert Sanderson Calice Pumps exude a sleek elegance, thanks to their pointed toe design and a towering 110mm heel. They are crafted in a soft pink hue dubbed ‘pink lady crack calf’, the design is subtle yet impactful.
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The Rupert Sanderson Calice pumps retailed at around $635 to $675, showcasing a price tag that reflects its high-end design and brand association.
Kate Middleton and Rupert Sanderson:
Kate Middleton’s association with Rupert Sanderson isn’t a one-off affair. The brand finds itself among other high-end designers like Gianvito Rossi and Emmy London, which the Princess frequently opts for when stepping out for royal engagements or public appearances.
Kate owns six pairs of Rupert Sanderson shoes, which attests to their comfort and style. In addition to the pink Calice shoes, she also owns the Winona pumps in grey, the Malone pumps in grey, the Malory in navy blue suede, the Malory in nude, and the Nada Pebble in black.
About Rupert Sanderson:
Rupert Sanderson, the eponymous brand, was launched in 2001, and over the years, has become emblematic of understated British elegance in the footwear industry. With a focus on creating a harmonious relationship between the wearer and the shoe, Rupert Sanderson emphasises clean, polished designs that encapsulate both modernity and timeless appeal.
Each pair is a testament to meticulous craftsmanship, merging traditional artisanship with a contemporary aesthetic, offering a sophisticated choice for modern royalty and fashion aficionados alike.
Did you know, Rupert Sanderson left a career in advertising to learn how to make shoes? He spent one summer riding a motorbike around Italy visiting shoe factories and tanneries. After working with Sergio Rossi and Bruno Magli, Sanderson founded his own label. Sanderson believes in a “less is more” ethos.
Sanderson’s shoes aim to flatter and lengthen the leg, to make women feel sexier.