British born designer Emma Wallace has firmly established herself as a hot commodity within the Asian market. Having fallen in love with Asia during years of travelling, the Berkshire native settled in Hong Kong where she has become the ‘go to’ for innovative, modern, yet exceedingly elegant formal ready-to-wear pieces.
Drawing on her travels, Wallace’s collection delivers a seamless blend of Western heritage fused with Eastern influence. Her fabric, colour and pattern inspiration are luxurious and are a perfect mix of vintage and cutting edge modernity for the woman who wants to feel unstoppable.
Attending the annual Lady Wimbledon Love Ball this year, I knew I wanted to stick to the traditional red colour palette that was going to be as glamorous as the occasion.
The Lady Wimbledon Love Ball was the perfect excuse to wear the vibrant Tien gown. Pairing it with some vibrant red patent heels, this look adhered to the dress code and wowed other guests.
Drawn to the origami cuts and asymmetric details, Emma Wallace is an inventive yet wearable brand that is consistently experimenting with femininity.
The Emma Wallace Woman craves a collection that seamlessly combines bold statement pieces with whimsical touches. She wants to create impact, whilst maintaining her feminine edge.
She’s a modern romantic, she dreams of adventure and covets a collection that will take her anywhere she wishes to wander. Effortlessly chic, the Emma Wallace woman dances to her own beat and showcases her style with a flair that is all her own.
Wallace’s designs have been worn by some of Asia’s biggest stars, including G.E.M. The pop star’s love for the brand saw Emma’s design become a permanent exhibition piece at Hong Kong Madame Tussauds, making her the first British contemporary fashion designer to receive this honour.
Emma is now making waves both in the UK and US with supermodel, Coco Rocha and fashion influencers Rosie Fortescue and Bip Ling, all declaring themselves as the #EmmaWallaceWoman.