Kate prompted searches for floral face masks to surge by 185 percent after stepping out in one in August, according to Lyst.
Another popular fashion choice of the royal’s was her striped breton top which she wore in August, sparking a 36 percent increase in searches, according to the fashion website.
Ex-One Direction star Harry Styles comes first on the list of power dressers for 2020.
Other names include singer Beyonce, American politician Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Normal People’s Paul Mescal.
Kate prompted searches for floral face masks to surge by 185 percent after stepping out in one in August, according to Lyst
Entrepreneur Chiara Ferragni, social media star Charli D’Amelio, singer Lizzo, rapper Travis Scott and BTS member Kim Nam-joon complete the list of power dressers.
The Year In Fashion report also includes the biggest fashion moments for 2020, which features Meghan Markle and Princess Eugenie.
The Duchess of Sussex caused a spike in searches for the outfits she wore during her final engagements in March before she and Prince Harry quit royal duties for a new life in the US, according to Lyst.
Former actress Meghan looked incredible in a turquoise dress by Victoria Beckham for the Endeavour Fund Awards that month – sending searches for the designer soaring by 137 percent.
The ex-Suits star wore a red Safiyaa gown as she attended the Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall, with searches for the brand increasing by 227 percent.
And Harry’s wife stunned in green for the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey, leading to searches for designer Emilia Wickstead rising by 286 percent.
The ex-Suits star wore a red Safiyaa gown as she attended the Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall
Princess Beatrice’s secret royal wedding in July is included in the year’s biggest fashion moments.
The Queen’s granddaughter wore a vintage gown and tiara – both loaned by the monarch.
The dress was designed by Sir Norman Hartnell in the 1960s.
The monarch wore the gown for a state dinner at the British Embassy in Rome during a visit in 1961, the world premiere of Lawrence Of Arabia at the Odeon Leicester Square in December 1962 and the State Opening of Parliament in 1966.
The dress was altered for Beatrice by the Queen’s personal adviser and dresser Angela Kelly and fashion designer Stewart Parvin.
It is made of peau de soie taffeta, with geometric hand embroidery in crystals and diamantes over the bodice, waist and hips, while the skirt is trimmed with a band of ivory Duchesse satin.
Searches for vintage wedding dresses jumped by a huge 297 percent in the 48 hours after Beatrice’s wedding to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, according to Lyst.
The fashion website analysed the searches of more than 100 million shoppers for its Year In Fashion report.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK