Kate Middleton wears clothes made in Bangladesh
Kate Middleton, a member of the British royal family, was recently seen wearing clothes made by a Bangladeshi brand.
Recently, the Duchess of Cambridge was seen with her husband, Prince William, wearing G-Star trousers made by MBM, a Bangladeshi garment factory.
The Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) shared a post on its Linkedin page today with two photographs of Kate wearing the pants.
Without giving further details on the photographs, BGMEA in the post said that they are proud to see Bangladeshi-made garments reaching the highest levels of the fashion society.
MBM Group founded by Mahmudur Rahman is one of the pioneers in the garment industry in Bangladesh.
He also said that Bangladesh has secured a strong and trusted position as a prestigious brand among tens of millions of people in over 160 countries for “Made in Bangladesh” garments.
Years of hard work, dedication, commitment of workers and entrepreneurs and continuous pursuit of excellence have made Bangladesh the second largest exporter of ready-made garments in the world, he said.
The garments made in Bangladesh with care and quality have won the trust of tens of millions of people around the world. The “Made in Bangladesh” label has become synonymous with world-class quality that can be trusted without question, BGMEA said.
In the LinkedIn post, BGMEA Chairman Faruque Hassan said, “We are proud of our garment industry which has not only made immense contribution to the socio-economic transformation of Bangladesh, lifting millions of people out of the chasm of poverty, empowering women, paving the way for girls’ education, but also glorifying the country by making it a prestigious brand in the world.”
“Bangladesh will continue its efforts to remain the preferred choice for global apparel brands as a safe, ethical and sustainable sourcing destination,” he added.