Arriving in style, Kate donned a green A-line dress by London-based British-Canadian designer Edeline Lee.
It’s the first time Kate has worn a design by the Central Saint Martins graduate, however based on the response this high-neck jacquard creation received, we have no doubts it won't be the last.
For the occasion, Kate greeted members of the British Fashion Council before commencing the ceremony, which included a showcase of talent-support initiatives helmed by the BFC Foundation.
The Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design is the second distinguished honour that the 29-year-old rising star has received this year.
Nash also took home the 2022 International Woolmark Prize for his use of innovative materials, distinct constructions and his contemporary bridging of active solutions and formal requirements.
Nash joins Richard Quinn, Priya Ahluwalia, Bethany Williams and Rosh Mahtani of Alighieri as one of five winners of the award.
Given that the ceremony was Kate’s first real foray into the world of fashion, her penchant for design is seen during her royal appearances rather than sitting front row during London Fashion Week or on the red carpet, here’s hoping that the Duchess will continue to grace the fashion community with her presence.