During her visit to Canada in 2016, the Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) carried a scarf in red and green Maple Leaf tartan (the national Canadian tartan) by York Scarves.
In a few photographs, we spotted a logo on a label poking out from the side of the scarf. It features a cursive Y and an S.
With a little sleuthing work, we found the logo belongs to a company called York Scarves:
About York Scarves:
York Scarves are a family run business that specialises in Fair Trade scarves. The company is BAFTS registered and a recognised fair trade importer.
Here’s how they describe the tartan scarf on their website:
Made exclusively for York Scarves most of these designs are registered at the Scottish Tartan Registry. They are woven in a deep classic twill weave from 100% pure cotton and suited equally to both men and women.
Being a full 80cm wide they also make a great pashmina or a chunky winter scarf.
UPDATE: Kate wore the scarf again on the 6th of December 2020, during the Royal Train Tour.
How to buy Kate’s tartan scarf:
The company sell their scarves on ETSY for £14.95.