This beautiful garment is an exceptional representation of British fashion history, as well as being a truly extraordinary frock.
"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"
"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"
"Kermit Oliver was the designer of several scarves, all of which are known to be highly popular and much sought after by true Hermès collectors"
"With a canvas of pink against ghost white with golden yellow undertones, this is the perfect scarf for an all-season wardrobe, and an essential purchase for any genuine vintage Hermès collector"
A mid 1980s Muir creation this elegant vision of a dress is button through, from collar to calf skimming hemline,
Biba | 1970s Blue Airforce Cerulean Stripe Deep Plunge Bias Cut Art Deco Influenced Midi Dress | UK 8-10
"An absolute showstopper of a dress by the equally beautiful boutique label 'Biba'"
Biba | 1970s Pretty In Purple Classic Rose and Lavender Floral Print Plunge Back Peek-a-Boo Midi Dress | UK 8-10
"An utterly ravishing and unusual piece, fashioned in a clingy jersey fabric, with a deep plunge back, plunging peek-a-boo bodice, that all adds up to a gloriously sassy dress"
"A gorgeously unusual piece, exploiting a clingy cotton jersey fabric, in a dainty blooming pink rose bud print"
A deep dark midnight black moss crepe delight by ‘The man’ himself Ossie Clark. Sometimes the originals are simply the
Barbara Hulanicki opened her first Biba shop in an old chemist’s store on Abingdon Road, London in 1964. By 1971
"With wonderful hidden in-seam pockets, these beautiful palazzo's can be worn loose and fancy free across several fit sizes, resulting in a shining example of Jean Muir design at its finest"