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Alley Cat by Betsy Johnson | Vermillion Striped Midi Dress

A feisty little frock by Betsey Johnson, the cartwheeling fashion queen of Connecticut. Betsey is best known today, for her

Biba | Burgundy Gold Chevron Stripe 1940s Inspired Jersey Midi Dress

A dream of a Biba dress hugely influenced by the then on trend flashback to the 1940s. A sublime light

Bus Stop for Lee Bender | Red Crushed Berry Velvet Dress

A truly spectacular piece of design work from the infamous Lee Bender for Bus Stop. A contemporary of Ossie and

Chanel | 1990s Navy Lesage Tweed Fit Flare Boucle Wool Coat | UK 12-14

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"CC Gripoix globe button closures and concealed button closures at the front, amount to an outstanding outer garment worthy of your vintage wardrobe, and time spent enjoying the luxury that this piece bestows"

Fine Feathers for Liberty | Deep Cuff Tana Lawn Maxi Dress

This is undoubtedly one of the most magnificent dresses I have come across to date. Made by Fine Feathers in

Frank Usher | Black Jersey Peek-a-Boo Trapeze Dress

I simply love Frank Usher designs they are renowned for their flowing gowns, cocktail dresses and evening wear, producing some

Frank Usher | Tan Black Block Colour Cover-up

Exquisitely cut and gracefully finished with a marvellously light weight fabric sash tie to the waist, this evening cover-up is

Janice Wainwright for Simon Massey | Deep Cuff Wriggle Dress

This is an absolutely stunning late 1960s dress by an absolutely superb designer of the period, Janice Wainwright. Ms.Wainwright worked

Jean Muir | (Rare) Abstract Hand Painted Tea Dress

Ms Muir naturally stood out from her art school colleagues and went on to master her trade in the fashion

Jean Varon for John Bates | Plunging Ribbon Trim Cat Suit

A late 1960s early 1970s cat suit by the incredible British Boutique designer John Bates. So visually ravishing is this

Jeff Banks | Art Deco Print Fine Black Crepe Midi Tea Dress

A contemporary to the likes of Ossie Clark, you could say that I am an avid admirer of Jeff Banks