Lounge in style with Emma Wallace…
Hong Kong-based, british-born womenswear designer Emma Wallace is giving loungewear a major style upgrade with this lust-worthy new capsule collection. Crafted from 100% pure silk satin, the EmmaSilk collection is comfortable enough to lounge at home all day in and chic enough to sport out on the town. Talk about an overachiever.
Emma’s flagship store in Po Hing Fong houses effortlessly elegant and innovative ready-to-wear collections for the modern, independent woman. Drawing from her travels, every piece delivers a seamless blend of Western heritage and Eastern influence.
We’re especially enamoured with the brand’s newest range, which includes premium PJs, slips, kimono dressing gowns and eye masks. And it’s not just us! We’ve seen the likes of influencers Jessica Wong, Mayo Wu and Ellie Furuya rocking the pieces around town.
Featuring contemporary cuts, the EmmaSilk Collection comes in three iconic prints: the Kiku Set, a rich green design that draws inspiration from the Japanese chrysanthemum; the wild poppy-inspired Papaver Set; and the Cassia Set, with its blend of pretty pink hues.
I think we can all agree with Emma when she says, “I needed pieces that I felt comfortable in all day, but didn’t compromise on style if I had to jump on a Zoom call or rush to the supermarket.” Simply throw on a pair of heels, grab a clutch and you’re good to go from the living room to your favourite restaurant without wasting any time.
As if you needed any more incentive to shop the SS21 collection (this includes the EmmaSilk pieces!), any purchase made this month will get you a free anti-bacterial face mask in a signature print from the new season, so make haste and shop the spring collection now!
Sassy readers can enjoy 10% off the EmmaSilk Collection by using the code SassySilk online, or by quoting Sassy when shopping at Emma Wallace’s Po Hing Fong boutique.
Emma Wallace, 2 Po Hing Fong, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, 2336 7698, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.emma-wallace.com
Brought to you in partnership with Emma Wallace.
Images courtesy of Emma Wallace.