Emilia Wickstead Cocktail Dresses
With the help of her stylist Elizabeth Saltzman, Gemma Arterton wore this 'Femie' dress to Emilia Wickstead's pop-up event at Scott's restaurant in London this summer. Cut from crepe and printed with painterly blue flowers, it has billowy poet sleeves and a sheer mesh yoke. It's such a feminine piece, so choose mules if you want a look that's not overly romantic.
Emilia Wickstead's love of flowers stems from her childhood in New Zealand where she would pick handfuls on her way home from school - the hydrangeas and pink chrysanthemums on this 'Lavinia' dress are her favorites. First spotted on the Fall '17 runway, it's cut from crepe with a hint of stretch and has a gathered neckline and voluminous puffed sleeves. The panel of sky-blue creates definition at the bust.
Red is the It color for fall, and what better way to get a jump on the trend than with Emilia Wickstead's 'Milan' dress? Cut from wool-crepe, it has a raised neckline, slit front and open back that reveals just the right amount of skin for galas and formal events. Underpin yours with a strapless bra.
EXCLUSIVE AT NET-A-PORTER.COM. Emilia Wickstead is loved for her effortless eveningwear. This A-line dress is cut from iridescent cloqué that flashes pink, lilac and turquoise as it reflects the light. Continue the retro feel with platform sandals or mules.
Minimal yet elegant, this 'Cecil' dress from Emilia Wickstead boasts a romantic aesthetic with pouf sleeves and a high empire waist. The cream hue keeps the look pristine while the puckered accents at the middle lend flattering finesse. 100% Wool
Clean, sharp lines dominate this Emilia Wickstead dress. Crafted with metallic gold-tone fabric, the voluminously flaring mini cut adds a youthful touch while the utterly simple silhouette maintains the elegance the brand is so well known for. 47% Polyamide, 21% Cotton, 16% Polyester, 16% Silk
Emilia Wickstead’s Juliet dress exudes the label’s pretty predilections; it’s printed with a brightly hued floral motif that’s designed exclusively for MATCHESFASHION.COM. Hanging from skinny shoulder straps, it nips in at the waist before falling in pleats to the knee. Pick out the brightest shade with a pair of tonal sandals.
Glossy black satin and weightless chiffon sleeves combine to make this silk dress a tactile and super indulgent statement from Emilia Wickstead. The ankle-grazing length adds to the drama and keeps it super sophisticated Black satin and voluminous sheer chiffon sleeves in silk, round neckline, button at nape of neck and zipped back, splayed-out cuffs Slim silhouette, ankle length 100% Silk
EXCLUSIVE AT NET-A-PORTER.COM. The high neck, puffed sleeves and nipped-in waist of Emilia Wickstead's dress nod to the '40s, but the backless cutout adds just the right amount of edge. It's embellished with electric blue sequins, which change color when you brush them backwards. Our favorite thing about this piece is that you can style it up or down to suit the occasion - try it with sandals or ballet flats.
Emilia Wickstead’s sleeveless Ferni pencil dress is cut from exquisite floral fil coupé in rich shades of bordeaux and antique pink, and expertly darted to skim the figure. The back vent ensures this calf-grazing style is easy to walk around in. Heighten the opulent feel of the fabric with a pair of plush velvet platforms.
Emilia Wickstead's Roma open-back sequin dress stole the spotlight at her AW17 show. Sheathed in antique gold-tone sequins and lined in ivory silk-crepe, this high-neck number's triangle cut-out back is a dramatic accent. Pair with an elegant black box bag, mules, and animal motif earrings for ultimate theatre dressing-room glamour.
Emilia Wickstead's exclusive MATCHESFASHION.COM capsule collection is brimming with romantic, vintage-inspired pieces. This pink and green striped Juliet dress is speckled with an ultra-pretty floral print, and has a timelessly flattering 1950s-like silhouette with a curved neckline, fitted waist, and knife-pleated skirt. Build on the whimsical feel with a pair of tactile sandals.
Emilia Wickstead makes 1950s-inspired silhouettes feel totally fresh and modern for AW16. This eye-catching yellow double wool-crepe Suki dress is fitted through the bodice, but opens to a full, feminine skirt shaped by godets. Don’t be afraid to play with colour – try it with point-toe pumps in a contrasting hue.