Emile Vidal Carr designs for the sophisticated woman looking for class with a touch of something different. The label was established in 2013, designing highly engineered womenswear, made in Britain, to show off its wearer to her best.
Emile graduated from London College of Fashion in 2003, and went on to work in the High Street for a company selling to Topshop and Asos. Following that, he worked for some of the most highly respected Fashion Houses in the world, including Alexander McQueen, Roland Mouret and Peter Pilotto.
Such experience led to the launch of his eponymous label inspired by the disciplines of design and architecture. His pieces are standouts for a special occasion and, with his creations having adorned the likes of Karen Brady and Tess Daley, they make a smart choice.
Upholding the brand is a strong core ethos: as well as all materials and manufacturing being handled in the UK, it makes regular donations to the A21 Charity which primarily aims to stop human trafficking around the world. And it is about to embark on a mentorship scheme with the London College of Fashion Alumni which will see it supporting Fashion undergraduates.
Our Founder Says: "I love Emile's structured pieces: they're as flattering as they are beautiful. And with so many brands scared of colour and stand-out patterns these days, it's refreshing to find a label that not only embraces them, but uses them to their very best. But for me, it's his finishing touches that really make a difference - from a gold button here, to an asymmetrical collar there, it's those details that makes his label stand head and shoulders above so many others"