Duchess Kate’s Newest Designer Addition: Beulah London

Katie Readman, who works at Issa and is a friend of both Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Pippa Middleton, joined Lady Natasha Rufus Issacs (also part of the “glossy posse” and a guest at William and Catherine’s April 29th wedding) and Issac’s Beulah London co-designer Lavinia Brennan at the Beulah London and United Nations Reception to launch the Beulah Blue Heart Campaign at Dorsia on Tuesday night (October 18th) in London.  Prince Harry’s on/off flame, Chelsy Davy also attended the event.

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Beulah London might be a new addition to Catherine’s wardrobe, seeing as the brand is also conscientious about how it produces its garments.  According to its site, Beulah London “stands for meaningful fashion, bridging the gap between high-end fashion and style, and ethical sourcing of products.”

Catherine wore a Beulah London red floor-length gown to an event at Clarence House hosted by 100 Women In Hedge Funds last Thursday night (October 13th).  Lavina and Natasha told Grazia that they had no idea Catherine was going to wear one of their designs (and most likely boost sales 10000000000000000000000%).  “We didn’t know that she was going to wear it!  She bought it about eight or nine months ago, and has kept it in her wardrobe and I guess she just decided that it was right for that occasion.”