Maheen Khan turquoise and gold Shalwar Kameez

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Duchess of Cambridge wore Maheen Khan turquoise and gold Shalwar Kameez in October 2019 during Pakistan visit when she visited Badshahi Mosque and Shaukat Khanum Hospital. Known as Pakistan’s Coco Chanel, Maheen Khan was discovered by Duchess’ stylist at O’Nitta in London who is the exclusive stockist of Pakistani’ designer in the UK.

Duchess of Cambridge wore Maheen Khan turquoise and gold Shalwar Kameez
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A closer look at the outfit. The Kameez features silk gold thread Swarth phulkari embroidery on its front and matching details on the sleeves and dupatta.

Duchess of Cambridge wore Maheen Khan Turquoise French chiffon with silk gold thread Swarth embroidery in Lahore
Maheen Khan Turquoise French chiffon with silk gold thread Swarth embroidery

Made from French chiffon, the shalwar kameez is hand embroidered in gold-coloured silk by the tribespeople of Swarth in Pakistan. Worn with a bespoke scarf, or dupatta as it is locally known, the designer made it especially for Catherine, to exactly match the outfit purchased from O’nitaa.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Iconic Badshahi Mosque in Lahore Pakista
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