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Check out Emmy London's Corinthia collection

Check out Emmy London's Corinthia collection

Bridal shoe designer Emmy London has launched a collection inspired by one of the capital's iconic hotels. The Corinthia Collection draws inspiration from the Bacarrat crystal chandelier fondly referred to as the 'heart of the hotel' it is named for. The collection embraces circle and loop formations, incorporating ornate glass beadwork, delicate stitching and crystal sequins alongside bugle beads, crystal discs and metallic edging. From sleek slingbacks to stiletto courts adorned with statement sparkle, the collection is delicate, feminine and timeless, drawing upon the signature attention to detail the brand is known for.

Emmy Scarterfield, creative director says, “I adore the Corinthia, it is such a beautiful luxurious space to spend time in. Within the architecture and styling, the hotel has created a perfect balance of historical references with modern touches. Previous collections have been inspired by destinations and architecture around the world so it was great to gain inspiration closer to home and celebrate the brand's London heritage.” Each piece is hand finished with a red crystal on the sole – a nod to the hidden ruby within the hotel's chandelier. For more information, visit www.emmylondon.com

 
 
 
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