Welcome to TGP Tidbits where we round up the latest happenings and our musings of the design industry each week. This week we take a look at New Zealand-born fashion designer Emilia Wickstead’s new home collection, interior designer Sarah Lederman’s stunning bedroom for Holiday House, and Mrs. Alice’s London Pop-up. Written by Natalie Aldridge.
Emilia Wickstead Home
New Zealand-born, London based, fashion designer Emilia Wickstead has released her first ever home collection featuring a range of brilliant flatware, china, and other table objects. Known for modern femininity with a retro flare, Wickstead has been turning out dresses for British high-society, including the Princess of Wales, since 2008. In 2014 she won the Red Carpet Designer of the Year Award at the Elle Style Awards skyrocketing her success.
Launching this past week at Casa Cruz’s London outpost, Wickstead hosted an intimate dinner beautifully outfitted in her new collection. The table was illuminated by the soft glow of candles and smiles abounded the table. Take a peek!
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Sarah Lederman for Holiday House
Each holiday season leading interior designers from around the globe join forces to showcase their talents and raise funds for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Known as Holiday House, this fan-favorite designer showhouse has not made its way to the Big Apple since before the pandemic making this year’s edition an exciting feat.
Situated in the elegant Upper East Side, rising design star Sarah Lederman turned her given space within The Kent building into an oasis in the sky. Entitled Sky Garden, the bedroom features tranquil tones of green and leafy prints. Despite sitting stories above the city, one may drift off and imagine themselves in the English countryside.
“Our calm, livable bedroom scheme is intended to evoke the feeling of being ensconced in a trellised greenhouse in the sky. The room most prominently features Ottoline Devries’ ‘Catchweed’ paper on the walls, and an original Marta Maas-Fjetterström Swedish mid-century rug grounds the space. Nestled within are a variety of hand-crafted artisanal furniture pieces that incorporate natural elements like rattan, leather, oak, and raw silk.” Sarah Lederman
Take a look at this slice of heaven! Images by Kirsten Frances.
Mrs. Alice Pops Up in London
TGP favorite Mrs. Alice has opened her much anticipated London holiday pop-up shop in Notting Hill! As a steward of fine entertaining, we turn to Mrs. Alice, particularly during the holidays. Her elegant approach encapsulates a room with such ease inspiring us to entertain with panache and gusto.
From now until December 20th, Mrs. Alice’s sublime assemblage of home and tableware will be available in her London pop-up located at 51 Ledbury Road. If you find yourself across the pond, be sure to indulge.
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