LFW: Emilia Wickstead Collection Inspired by Wes Anderson’s Filter Effect

Wes Anderson has always been a personal favorite film maker – his quirky and distinct style resonated many years ago when I first saw The Royal Tenenbaums. Before Instagram was Instagram, Wes Anderson incorporated vintage color schemes with a Kelvin-esque filter that is instantly recognizable.

Moonrise Kingdom - Courtesy of Focus Features
Moonrise Kingdom – Courtesy of Focus Features

Emilia Wickstead took this aesthetic as inspiration for her F/W 2015 RTW collection, and of course, I love it. The looks are timeless, textured, and flat out adorable.

Emilia Wickstead - Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead – Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead - Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead – Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead - Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead – Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead - Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead – Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead - Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead – Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead - Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead – Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead - Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead – Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead - Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead – Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead - Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead – Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead - Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead – Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead - Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead – Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead - Courtesy of style.com
Emilia Wickstead – Courtesy of style.com
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