The British beauty pays tribute to the late, great David Bowie upon news of his passing.
A T-shirt and jeans go from drab to fab under a leopard-print coat.
Fringe, plaid and leopard print—all in a day's outfit for Kate, who proves it's never the wrong time to wear your favorite coat.
Kate is sleek in black for a night out at London hot spot Chiltern Firehouse.
Kate recycles another favorite, the three-quarter-sleeve black fur, for a screening in London.
A fur coat equals instant glam, here on her 41st birthday in London.
When in doubt (as if she ever doubts), then all black minus a pop of color from the shoes is the answer.
Kate's leather coat adds an effortlessly cool touch to a holiday-time coffee run.
A little black dress is prohibited from being boring under a fun, monochromatic coat.
Pretty sure Kate was wearing now-ubiquitous camouflage before everyone else... But who really knows, since she was in camouflage!
Shredded jeans, studded boots and statement jewelry get a cuddly hug from her pastel-blue fur topper.
Sitting pretty in her spot-on lob days.
Pretty sure that's a plain white undershirt under that presumably incredibly expensive embroidered jacket and casual-yet-perfect hat.
An adorable polka-dot print is unbelievably cool on Kate.
A primer on how to look like you just don't give a damn but slay anyway.
She actually does kinda look like she just threw this on—but all we're thinking is that we need more items like this to just throw on!
A quilted leather bomber jacket from which all dreams are made of at Burberry's 150th anniversary soiree in 2006.
Kate shows off her stems at Glastonbury in 2005, at least five years before festival-chic was even a thing.
We're not even sure what's going on with this 2002 night-out look, but it looks as though she's about to go parachuting, in a good way.
In a sea of black, Kate looks ready to sail away from New York Fashion Week—aboard a yacht of course—at a moment's notice.
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