So far, we’ve seen two sheer dresses by Temperley London, a patterned maxi dress by UK high street brand Glamourous, a bright red McQueen two-piece with an Indian inspired print, some Zara jeans, and an altered dress by Indian designer, Anita Dongre.
As a result, there's been a slight relaxing of the normally rigid, buttoned up style that the Duchess' Royal duties require. On one occasion she was even spotted wearing Ray Bans.
The Duchess' PA-turned-stylist Natasha Archer has been working hard behind the scenes to help the Duchess source looks for the tour.
Designer Anita Dongre said that Natasha contacted her a month ago to request clothes for the Duchess. Dongre told The Telegraph, “Her stylist emailed us and and we sent her a look book, then she came in and got some pieces for fittings.”
Natasha and Kate decided on the ‘Gulrukh’ dress, but decided to give it a royal update. “Her stylist has taken the stole and converted part of that into the belt and then chopped it off so it can be worn as a dress. She’s amazing - it looks easy, breezy and so contemporary,” Dongre said.