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For those who love the dreamiest of dresses, bring forth Needle & Thread. Established in 2013 by Hannah Coffin, this London-based designer has built up a reputation for offering show stopping occasionwear, and it’s easy to see why. Trading in ethereal, swoosh-worthy ready-to-wear, the Needle & Thread collection is anchored in gorgeous dresses with lengths varying from flirtatious mini, to ballerina (midi) and ankles skimming gowns, and these sit alongside voluminous skirts, tops, jackets, and knitwear.
You may not know the name Hannah Coffin just yet, but you certainly should, with her stunning ultra-feminine womenswear brand already a household name. She is of course the incredible CEO and founder behind contemporary British fashion brand, Needle & Thread. Known for its intricately embroidered gowns and ethereal occasionwear, Needle & Thread has become a millennial favourite, with celebrities, influencers and even royalty queuing up to get their hands on Hannah’s designs.
Known for its romantic ranges of ready-to-wear, from embellished gowns to effortless day dresses, Needle & Thread was founded by womenswear designer Hannah Coffin in 2013. The brand has gone on to successfully expand into bridalwear, childrenswear and accessories, as well as launching a timeless daywear offering, including knitwear and loungewear.
The Duchess of Cambridge continues her new year sartorial winning streak – pictured at Buckingham Palace last night in a glittering full length red dress by British brand Needle & Thread.
Modern bridal meets 1930s Hollywood glam in the Clarabelle gown by Needle & Thread. The frothy, tiered tulle dress comes not only in mint green, but in rose, apricot, and Champagne as well.
Crafted with layer upon layer of frothy tulle, this dress is inspired by 1930s Hollywood glamour.
Kate Middleton wore a fantastical red dress by Needle & Thread to a reception to mark the UK-Africa Investment Summit at Buckingham Palace.
We've now seen five episodes of And Just Like That. And while the jury's out on some of the storylines, the clothes are as fabulous as ever. Patricia Field, the legendary costume director responsible for their wardrobes in the series and subsequent movies, wasn't able to sign on for the reboot, but outfits we've seen so far certainly look SATC-adjacent, with the costume designer duo, Molly Rogers and Danny Santiago, serving up some seriously good style moments
As a Fashion Editor, each time wedding season comes around I get so many friends asking for advice on what to wear. My go-to recommendation is to always look to Needle & Thread. Beautifully decadent and handcrafted by artisans in India and the UK. Needle & Thread create intricately embellished pieces with a playful contemporary feel. Think vintage-inspired ruffled slips, embroidered silk dresses and ruffled tulle skirts.
For something truly romantic, Needle & Thread is a must-try. The brand's signature embellishment and stunning prints will work perfectly for a black tie or abroad wedding.
With Christmas fast approaching, now’s a good time to invest in a couple of special pieces for the children. This year, there’s plenty on offer – from stylish knit dresses for casual occasions to sparkly ballet pumps and smart evening coats. Here’s our pick of the best.
For occasion wear that doesn’t cost the earth, Needle & Thread is always top of our list – and their new
‘Wedgewood’ collection is no exception. Expect to find an array of pretty and romantic designs; floaty gowns crafted from layers of tulle make the perfect choice for weddings and events, while prairie-inspired cotton midis are ideal for everyday.
Needle & Thread have long created some of the best affordable wedding dresses, but this new tiered version is next level. Elegant, feminine and balletic, it requires very little accessorising – just a low bun and some simple earrings.
Live out your cottagecore dreams in the Emilana gown by Needle & Thread. Romantic and elegant, delicate floral embellishments adorn every inch of this stunning dress. The artwork was inspired by hand-embroidered French postcards from the 1900s, and with tiered panels, smocked cuff sleeves and a high neckline, it’s pastoral heaven.
When Hannah Coffin, founder of bridal and occasion brand Needle & Thread, married Mark Liddington in May, there was never a question as to what she might wear. For her London nuptials, she picked the Lunette Blossom gown from her own ready-to-wear bridal collection.
Autumn wedding season is almost upon us, but what to wear? We’ve done the leg work and found an extensive selection of autumn wedding guest dresses – both long and short; patterned and plain – to shop now.
Who says a wedding dress has to be about pomp and circumstance? Pinto wore British brand Needle & Thread on her wedding day, and considering that they are best known for their intricate embroidery and romantic silhouettes, it was an appropriate choice. Her white dress had ruffle detail around the cuffs, sleeves, and skirt of the dress, that helped add a little romance and sweetness to her look.
Who can resist the sweet allure of pink? Right now, more and more brides are choosing a wedding dress that reflects their individual style and personality, moving away from customary white and ivory gowns in favour of brighter, bolder colour choices that feel thoroughly modern and chic.
What makes a wedding dress suitable for autumn is ultimately down to your personal preference and what your overall wedding day looks like. Although I was an August bride, my wedding took place in my Scottish coastal hometown, so, erring on the side of caution, I chose a fitted dress to minimise the chill. Though it was sleeveless, I was prepared for what the enviable chilly downpour that ensued thanks to a beautiful, ecru leather jacket I bought on a whim just the week before. And I’m so glad I did, as I barely took to it off.