Oversized bows and intricately beaded skull caps were central to the headpieces for Jane Taylor London’s SS19 collaboration with Emilia Wickstead at London Fashion Week.
Inspired by the concept of a ‘feminist fairytale’, where women are at the forefront of their own story. The Emilia Wickstead collection featured a beautiful transition from tailored office wear, encapsulating the late 1980’s power dressing aesthetic to gravity-defying trapeze gowns and vivid, oversized brights.
The collection of headpieces created by Jane Taylor London managed to promote both strength and femininity with a level of gothic glamour that contrasted against the bold, neon and worked with the masculine, warrior-like edginess of the tailored workwear pieces.
Sabine Getty, showcased this look in powder pink at the wedding of HRH Princess Eugenie in October, with fashion editors selecting it as one of the best dressed on the day.
Jane enjoyed collaborating with Emilia, for the third year running, on the influential and global stage of London Fashion Week, which also gave the opportunity to work alongside Benjamin Muller, Charlotte Olympia and Naoko Scintu.
You can also see more on the Emilia Wickstead collections here