Emma Corrin and fashion statements go hand in hand.
Don’t believe us? The 26-year-old star of The Crown has become queen of the avant garde red carpet moment. For the Olivier Awards earlier this year Corrin wore a balloon-print dress (with hyper realistic balloon bralet) by Loewe, for the premiere of My Policeman they stunned in a dress by JW Anderson which imitated a fish in a plastic bag, like the kind you’d get at a carnival.
Emma once again proved that although their style could not be any more different from their character Princess Diana, when it comes to flying the fashion flag for the UK, Diana and Emma are in total cahoots. Working with longtime stylist Harry Lambert, they wore a short brown knit dress by Patrick Carroll, emblazoned with the words 'Hampstead Heath.'
Harry took to Instagram to confirm the origin of the ensemble, telling his followers "EMMA CORRIN ORLANDO PRESS NIGHT: Wearing custom Hampstead Heath dress by @patcar."
Emma Corrin wore a knit dress by Patrick Carroll
The sustainable Los Angeles based knitwear designer has gained a cult following for his subversive pieces and garments, "Wverything is one-of-a-kind. I am selling these as artworks, which incidentally may be worn," Patrick explains on his website, "The yarn is mostly from colourmart.com, a uk firm that buys and resells yarn remainders from european mills. I use a studio sk560 knitting machine — its energy source is my body. Each piece takes between 1 and 12 hours or so . . ."
Now where can we get one that says Buckingham Palace…
What is Hampstead Heath?
"Located just four miles from Trafalgar Square, Hampstead Heath is one of London's best loved green spaces," explains Visit London. The heath has some of the best views and highest points in the capital for everyone to enjoy.
"Hampstead Heath includes Parliament Hill, Golders Hill Park (with a zoo and butterfly house), an open air lido (open 365 days a year), swimming ponds, splash pools, countless sports pitches and facilities, athletics track, playgrounds, stunning listed pergola and hill garden and enough green space to really feel like you have escaped the City."
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