Be Seen In Wickstead

Twenty-five-year-old Auckland-born fashion designer Emilia Wickstead’s “elegantly demure collection of refined, pretty silk separates is already being seen at some of London’s most fashionable locales,” writes Julia Neel for British Vogue “as the well-heeled luncheon set catch on to the Central Saint Martins-trained designer’s burgeoning must-have status.” Baradene College-educated Wickstead “is winning the style set over; the just-for-me, bespoke factor is also hard to resist.” “Since Vogue featured Petra Ecclestone wearing one of my dresses, it’s been frantic,” says Wickstead. “I’ve had women buy their entire wardrobes from me; from suits to full-length evening gowns and sophisticated day dresses, they buy everything.” Wickstead was an intern at Vogue in New York and Armani. Her label, Emilia Wickstead was launched 10 months ago in Chelsea.


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Stylist Chloe Hill Leads Anti-Minimalism Movement

Stylist Chloe Hill Leads Anti-Minimalism Movement

There’s beauty and ease in the ability to maintain a minimalist sense of style. Colours remain subdued and consistently complementary. Plus, a less-is-more approach, in essence, keeps the actual effort in…