"This is an exceptional example of Jean Muir style and is simply a wonderful dress for every occasion."
A mid 1980s Muir creation this elegant vision of a dress is button through, from collar to calf skimming hemline,
A late 1960s early 1970s cat suit by the incredible British Boutique designer John Bates. So visually ravishing is this
"Wonderfully tailored and wearing its stripes to perfection, this piece excels as a mid weight multi-seasonal offering, that is neither bulky nor restrictive once worn"
A sultry, flowingly feminine, lush velvet maxi skirt by Lee Bender for her Bus Stop Boutique label. This glorious skirt
"This beautiful jacket still remains in pristine condition and so can easily be worn as a stunning dress without losing any of its original allure"
"Constructed in a grey-white check woven wool fabric with two button fastenings and zipped breast pocket, this jacket is a 'must-own' garment that effortlessly flatters while conveying a sense of urgency and confidence"
Ahhh…breathtaking! What a winter wonderland of a snow queen spectacle! Another Rare and undoubtedly enchanting dress by the renowned knitwear
"A lightweight and ever-so-slightly peek-a-boo piece that flatters perfectly on balmy evenings"
"This dress is without question, an absolutely fabulous example of Ossie Clark's genius, and is now both very rare and highly collectable"
The Peter Robinson Department Store was located on the corner of Oxford Street at Oxford Circus in London. Trying to