EMILIA WICKSTEAD BESPOKE WINDOW INSTALLATION AT THE MAY FAIR HOTEL
To mark The May Fair Hotel’s tenth year anniversary, as The Official Hotel of London Fashion Week, renowned fashion designer and The May Fair Hotel's Designer in Residence, Emilia Wickstead has curated bespoke window installations which will be visible from 12th – 23rd September 2018.
Alongside the windows, Wickstead, who is known for her demure style and dressing both the Duchess of Cambridge and Duchess of Sussex, has curated 'The Emilia Collection,' an exclusive range of cocktails that have been inspired by Emilia Wickstead's most celebrated dresses and will be available at May Fair Bar between 8th – 23rd September 2018. Limited edition Emilia Wickstead key cards will also be in use throughout the hotel during London Fashion Week.
British-based and New Zealand born, Emilia spent her formative years in Milan and gained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Fashion Design and Marketing at Central Saint Martin's London with Honours in 2007. After graduating, Emilia worked at famed fashion houses Giorgio Armani, Proenza Schouler, Narciso Rodriguez and Vogue in New York and Milan before returning to London to establish her own label in 2008 by opening her first store in Belgravia.
Inderneel Singh, Managing Director, The May Fair Hotel said: “The May Fair Hotel is delighted to mark this London Fashion Week 10-year milestone with more exclusive designs from Emilia. We have loved having Emilia as our Designer in Residence and look forward to guests’ reactions to her latest creations.
Why not pop down to May Fair Bar and experience ‘The Emilia Collection’ or sample the Spanish and Italian small plates in May Fair Kitchen or visit May Fair Terrace, an open-air enclave for drinks and cigars.
The May Fair Hotel will also offer an array of treatments that will help guests unwind, relax and rejuvenate, at May Fair Spa* with full body massages, ESPA Detox Wraps and the newly introduced CACI facial treatments, which lift, tone and help in the production of collagen.
THE MAY FAIR HOTEL
The luxury May Fair Hotel is in the heart of London’s most stylish district. The hotel, which was opened by King George V in 1927, boasts more than 400 luxury bedrooms, including 40 suites; set alongside the relaxing May Fair Spa; the chic, Mediterranean tapas restaurant, May Fair Kitchen; a 201-seat private screening room, The May Fair Theatre and the exclusive Palm Beach Casino.
The residence encapsulates its Mayfair locality throughout, with the intimate Terrace and Private Dining Room; The May Fair Bar offering an array of signature bespoke cocktails; the breath-taking Crystal Room; and the decadent Danziger Suite.
The May Fair Hotel is owned and managed by independent hospitality group Edwardian Hotels London, one of the UK’s largest, privately-owned companies which has been developing luxury hotel and hospitality brands since 1977.
BRITISH FASHION COUNCIL
The British Fashion Council (BFC) was set up in 1983 to promote British fashion internationally and co-ordinate this promotion through fashion weeks, exhibitions and showcasing events. The BFC now supports designers beginning at college level and extending to talent identification, business support and showcasing schemes to help British designer businesses develop their profiles and business globally and promote British fashion and its influential role in Britain and London.