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21.05.17

Pippa Middleton and James Matthews Wedding

The Cannes Film Festival may be in full swing, but the other major event of the weekend was the wedding of Pippa Middleton and James Matthews on Saturday (May 20) at St. Mark’s Church in England.

I was awestruck by the classic beauty of Pippa’s bespoke Giles Deacon lace gown that featured a heart-shaped cutout at the back. It was enduringly romantic, sophisticatedly feminine and forever timeless—everything you’d hope a wedding dress could be.

Her fine tulle veil, with its dégradé of embroidered pearls, was made by renowned milliner Stephen Jones, and it brought a delicate, whisper-light addition to the gown.

A Maidenhair Fern tiara and matching headpiece by Robinson Pelham, along with custom-made Robinson Pelham earrings and custom Manolo Blahnik ‘Seneca’ pumps completed the graceful, fairytale look.

Of course, we cannot forget the bride’s bouquet which included astilbe, sweet pea, peony, freesia and waxflower, as the lushly simple array of white blooms couldn’t have been more suiting.

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Elisabeth Moss In Emilia Wickstead & Oscar de la Renta – ‘The Square’ Cannes Film Festival Photocall & Premiere

Elisabeth Moss attended the 2017 Cannes Film Festival photocall and premiere for ‘The Square’ on Saturday (May 20).

Photocall: Completely in tune with the bright, summery surroundings, this Emilia Wickstead retro-inspired, floral-printed frock was a sweet way to start the day—even if this high-neck silhouette isn’t the most flattering one for Elisabeth.

Premiere: There would be no guessing who the designer was of this Oscar de la Renta Spring 2018 Bridal gown in its overt display of brand logo recognition. Thanks to the leather jacket and platform heels, my mind didn’t go to wedding. But, it did go to ‘Sex and the City’ meets ‘Grease,’ mostly because of the tulle poodle skirt. Chopard jewels completed the look.

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11.05.17

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Emilia Wickstead – Luxembourg

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge traveled in to Luxembourg today (May 11) to visit the Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art (MUDAM), before a visit to Place Clairefontaine and tour a cycling-themed festival.

Opting to finally select from her Spring wardrobe, the Duchess wore a bespoke Emilia Wickstead coat which epitomizes elegance and timeless sophistication.

I love wrap-style coat for its pale blue hue, lady-like knee length and subtly pleated swing skirt.

The nude accessories are to be expect, but one can never fault those glossy tresses.

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Gemma Arterton In Emilia Wickstead – Scott’s Restaurant

Gemma Arterton was seen at Scott’s restaurant on Tuesday (May 2) in London.

This Emilia Wickstead Pre-Fall 2017 peasant-style dress came alive with its blooming florals, with the netted neckline bringing a sense of drama suitable for a night out.

I love how she opted for a grassy green Jimmy Choo ‘Candy’ clutch to echo the vibrancy of hue in the dress, rather than relying on a standard black option.

I was completely charmed by the look’s unforced effervescence. Were you?

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Rebecca Ferguson In Emilia Wickstead – ‘Life’ Photocall In London

After Berlin, Rebecca Ferguson headed to London for the ‘Life’ photocall there on Thursday (March 16).

Offering us a true 180-degree shift in style, the actress took a far more formal approach in an Emilia Wickstead Fall 2017 textural lace-inspired dress.

With a high collar and long sleeves, plus a slick-back bun, the look had a severity of form. So I’m glad the flared skirt added a bit of unforced movement.

I think it’s safe to say many of us loved her fresh and fun pink suit in Berlin, so how does this look fare?

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Amelia Warner In Emilia Wickstead – 2017 Oscars

Amelia Warner attended the 2017 Oscars on Sunday (February 26) in Hollywood, California.

The British star was glowing in her pretty-in-pink Emilia Wickstead Spring 2017 gown.

A caped look always catches my attention, and the polka-dot motif brought a playful sense of levity to this covered-up silhouette.

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