Emilia Wickstead Shows Another Polished Collection

London-based designer Emilia Wickstead is always a glamorous highlight of the London Fashion Week schedule, at the end of last month the New Zealand-born designer debuted her latest collection via an audience-free runway filmed in a fuchsia pink space, Chloe Street writes for the UK’s Evening Standard.

Inspired by classic British and Italian movie heroines, Wickstead, 37, who spent her teenage years living in Milan, delivered a collection infused with the classic polish and neatness of the Italian fashion capital’s famously well-dressed inhabitants, Street reports.

Wickstead said:

“During lockdown we’ve come to appreciate how clothing can make you feel – it has reminded us about the power of dressing. My aim with this collection – and with every collection – is to make women feel excited about their wardrobe and for women to start planning and visualising how and where they will wear certain items, even at home.”

Original article by Chloe Street, Evening Standard, February 23, 2021.

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