Last Updated on 10th June 2011
Whilst we’re totally over Kate Middleton’s many Reiss dresses already, it seems the rest of the world is not – her two most famous high street pieces, the Shola and the Nannette, are set to be auctioned this month at Trust In Fashion‘s star-studded auction.
Which means two things: you can win what is, probably, the last remaining Nannette dress (that Kate wore in her official engagement photos) and get your hands on the Shola dress (that she wore to meet the Obamas) before Reiss relaunch it in-store.
Frankly, we’re a little bored of both by now and we can only presume owning a dress that the world’s most famous Duchess has been spotted in makes it all the harder to wear.
Still, fashion history and all that. The two dresses have been donated by Reiss to the Trust In Fashion charity auction, co-hosted by Marie Claire and Sadie Frost, set to take place later this month.
Tickets for the event start at £50, though we imagine it’ll cost you considerably more to actually win either of Kate Middleton’s dresses.