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Naomie Harris raises Swarovski star on The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree in Emilia Wickstead

Naomie Harris was a beauty in blue as she raised the Swarovski star on the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree on Thursday (November 16) in New York City.

I adore the way the actress went for something completely unexpected as opposed to the usual holiday red and green. Her Emilia Wickstead Resort 2018 vivid aqua dress was joyful and not at all cliché.

The ‘James Bond’ star isn’t afraid of colour on the red carpet, but this is a bold shade we haven’t seen her in. After this, I’m hoping to see more of it.

Atelier Swarovski fine jewelry lent a festive air to the ensemble while popping against the invigorating frock.

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Alexa Chung In Emilia Wickstead – Tiffany & Co. Christmas Windows Unveiling

‘Tis the season for holiday decoration, and Alexa Chung celebrated it in style at the Tiffany & Co. Christmas Windows unveiling on Old Bond Street in London on Monday (November 6).

Despite the festive occasion, Alexa was channeling the joys of spring in her rose-bedecked Emilia Wickstead Spring 2018 dress that increased its girly sensibility with the two bows at the waist.

I can only imagine the darker ankle-strap shoes were selected in an attempt to winterize the ensemble, but they just seemed out of place.

Naturally, Tiffany & Co. jewels wrapped up the look with plenty of sparkle.

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Jenna Coleman In Emilia Wickstead – Harper’s Bazaar Women Of The Year Awards 2017

Jenna Coleman joined a host of stars for the Harper’s Bazaar Women Of The Year Awards in London on Thursday (November 2).

Minimal yet elegant, this Emilia Wickstead Spring 2018 dress boasts a romantic aesthetic with pouf sleeves and a keyhole detail.

The cream hue keeps the look pristine while the pleats lend flattering finesse.

I love how her silver Santoni sandals adds a touch of modernity to the look.

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17.10.17

Birks UK Jewellery Launch

Renowned Canadian jewellery brand Birks celebrated its launch in the UK with a cocktail event at Canada House  in London on Monday (October 16).

Laura Haddock: I thought it was quite fitting that Laura wore one of her favourite designers – Emilia Wickstead – to give her baby bump its red carpet debut. The last time she wore pink was during her ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ promo tour, but on this occasion she could be dropping a subtle hint that she’s expecting a girl. Laura wore the Muse mesh hoop earrings and Muse ribbon cuff bracelet from the Birks Muse Collection and the Rose du Matin wrap flex wrap ring in yellow gold from the Birks Rose du Matin Collection with navy Louboutins.

Arizona Muse: We don’t see enough Paul Smith on the red carpet, so I’m delighted to see Arizona don this suit in fashion’s most daring shade – raspberry. The sharp tailoring and plush fabrication ensure that this look will never date. Arizona wore the Bee Chic Honeycomb earrings with diamonds, Bee Chic Honeycomb pendant with diamond & Bee Chic Honeycomb ring with diamonds from the Birks Bee Chic Collection.

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Erin O’Connor In Emilia Wickstead – 2017 GQ Men of The Year Awards

Erin O’Connor was also in the mix at the 2017 GQ Men of The Year Awards, joining Poppy Delevingne and Charli XCX for the event on Tuesday (September 5) in London.

The last couple of times we’ve seen the statuesque model, she’s been wearing an Emilia Wickstead design and that trend stayed true with this Fall 2017 ensemble.

No sequin was left unused in this party dress that was fully encrusted with the shiny embellishment.

Yet, despite its high-shine appeal—and her fun, fur-topped sandals—there was still something about the look that felt rather strict and severe.

A Charlotte Olympia clutch completed the ensemble.

Emilia Wickstead Roma Open-Back Sequin Dress
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21.07.17

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Markus Lupfer & Emilia Wickstead – Royal Germany Visit Day 2 & 3

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge continued making the rounds—and the wardrobe changes—during Day 2 of her royal visit to Germany on Wednesday (July 20).

Claerchens Ballhaus’ Reception: With her Prada scalloped sandals fast becoming a new favourite for the Duchess, she paired them with a Markus Lupfer Pre-Fall 2017 dress that likewise provided a less structured, more laid-back silhouette. I love her step towards elegant edginess in this artsy print, with a metal belt rounding it out.

Maritime Museum: We will be more familiar with this style of look from Catherine, in which she relied on one of her go-to designers, Emilia Wickstead, for this bespoke frock. The ladylike profile of the structured dress and swing skirt will always be an impeccable look for her—no matter how many times we see it. She did explore a new, exuberant palette in this bright lavender shade partnered with a contrasting red clutch.

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