Emilia Wickstead siempre se ha caracterizado por su toque femenino y una paleta de colores frescos. Su estética encantadora le ha valido una base admiradora, destacando la duquesa de Cambridge. Sus magníficos colores estaban en vigor hoy: tonos de helado napolitano aparecieron en una funda de algodón y seda, un traje finamente ejecutadas con bandeau vino en un tejido de nido de abeja-efecto brillante tomate rojo y Tangerina y fresa Rosa fueron especialmente hermoso en rayas vestidos que dejó sin forro para enfatizar su ligereza. Había un montón de barrido drama aquí.
Emilia Wickstead has always been known for her feminine touch and a fresh color palette. Her charming aesthetic has won her a devoted fan base, most notably the Duchess of Cambridge. Her gorgeous colors were out in force today: Neapolitan-ice-cream hues appeared on a cotton-and-silk sheath, a finely executed bandeau jumpsuit came in a bright tomato red honeycomb-effect fabric, and tangerine and strawberry pink were especially lovely on striped dresses that she left unlined to emphasize their lightness. There was a lot of sweeping drama here. Both the duchess and Wickstead have recently had babies, perhaps explaining the more forgiving silhouette.
All pretty, but also pretty standard stuff. Then Wickstead shifted gears, sending out a creamy white dress with a brilliantly executed fan-pleated detail on the back. It was noteworthy on its own, until Wickstead informed us backstage that it was made from denim. To make the stuff of jeans look like structured silk takes real talent.