The Australian $ 455 blazer that even Meghan Markle was not with

Revealed: the $ 455 Australian blazer so popular that even Meghan Markle missed one while touring the country – and now it's back

  • An Australian label has made a blazer that is so popular, it is constantly sold out
  • The Behati blazer by Aje was requested by Meghan Markle on her last visit
  • The duchess asked for the $ 455 garment in black, but the piece was not available
  • The designers say that the jacket is one of their bestsellers and is always in demand
  • It is now back on the shelves and is available in stores and online
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An Australian fashion label has designed such a popular blazer that even the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, did not yet get one for her trip to the country in 2018.

The Behati blazer from Aje, priced at $ 455, is a staple for the brand, but it's rarely on the shelves and the designers say it's hard to keep up with increasing demand.

The Duchess's team had chosen the designer to request the blazer for her 2018 tour to Australia, but it was sold out and they could in no way execute the request on time.

The Behati blazer from Aje (photo), priced at $ 455, is a piece that is so popular, it is constantly sold out

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The Behati blazer from Aje (photo), priced at $ 455, is a piece that is so popular, it is constantly sold out

Despite the efforts of the label, they were unable to fulfill a royal request from the Duchess of Sussex (photo left) for one of their highly coveted Behati blazers.

Despite the efforts of the label, they were unable to fulfill a royal request from the Duchess of Sussex (photo left) for one of their highly coveted Behati blazers.

Despite the efforts of the label, they were unable to fulfill a royal request from the Duchess of Sussex (photo left) for one of their highly coveted Behati blazers.

& # 39; It's a piece that we try to wear every season, but sometimes it happens, it's sold out and we have to pre-order it & # 39 ;, the designers said The Daily Telegraph.

The linen jacket has a slim fitting design with buttons with double row of buttons and a structured shape.

Although the label was unable to meet the royal request, the jacket is now back in stock on the Aje website and is available in black and cream.

The linen jacket has a slim fitting design with buttons with double buttons and a structured shape (shown)

The linen jacket has a slim fitting design with buttons with double buttons and a structured shape (shown)

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The linen jacket has a slim fitting design with buttons with double buttons and a structured shape (shown)

Edwina Forrest, half of the design duo from Queensland, said she loves Meghan & # 39; s inimitable style and hopes that one day she will see her wear the label.

& # 39; I think she is definitely someone we defend, we clearly love the palace, & # 39; Mrs. Forrest told Newscorp.

During her visit to Australia last year, the Duchess of Sussex wore a number of items from leading clothing and accessory designers in Australia.

A new pregnant Meghan Markle wore clothes from a number of Australian designers during her visit last year and can be seen here with a dress from Karen Gee

A new pregnant Meghan Markle wore clothes from a number of Australian designers during her visit last year and can be seen here with a dress from Karen Gee

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A new pregnant Meghan Markle wore clothes from a number of Australian designers during her visit last year and can be seen here with a dress from Karen Gee

These include pieces by Zimmermann, Dion Lee, Karen Gee, Martin Grant and Camilla and Marc.

Adding a touch of elegance to many of Meghan & # 39; s ensembles was some delicate jewelry items from Sydney-based designer Natalie Marie.

This year Aje opened the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week with a beautiful collection that the label probably put in the international spotlight.

The 2020 range, entitled Bloomscape, contained designs inspired by the enormous extremes of the Australian landscape.

Aje opened this year's Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week with a collection inspired by the Australian landscape
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Aje opened this year's Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week with a collection inspired by the Australian landscape

The breathtaking assortment contained clothing in striking colors, including acacia yellow

The breathtaking assortment contained clothing in striking colors, including acacia yellow

Aje opened this year's Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week with a collection inspired by the Australian landscape (pictured left and right)

The colors include acacia yellow, gumnut green, salt lake pink and rot red. Flowing silk dresses were handpainted with prints inspired by native flora and fauna.

Talk to SBS Before the show, Ms. Forrest said the collection was a tribute to the diversity of the Australian landscape & # 39; from the desert to the bush to the ocean & # 39 ;.

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& # 39; I think we have been very important this year to celebrate where the brand is, but also to celebrate this extraordinary country where we live, which has been an endless source of inspiration for us. & # 39;

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