The new sporty boudoir peplum dress has a wonderful 1940s vibe with clean modern athletic appeal.
Semi sheer organdie and vintage inspired silk twill are carefully tailored and immaculately cut and pieced together to
make a sharp and sculpted dress which has seasonless and timeless appeal.
The navy silk triple organza encases boning to give a shaped bodice and sculpted peplum. This really is a shape to give a fabulous waist and curvature
reminiscent of a 1940’s belle!
The skirt part falls into a nipped in pencil shape, below the knee with souring high back vent.
Martha Ward spotted our new little red dress at London Fashion Week and wrote a short piece about it in her fashion week diary on Vogue.co.uk this morning.
The Red Kaleidoscope dress is a sculpted retro inspired dress made from a matt structured silk gazar. The fun circular skirt is held into place by hoops of crinoline, Gorgeously fun and beautifully playful in an oh so chic way…
I fancy wearing mine with block mid heels…x
Fabulous coverage of Pippa Middleton in our Forties Sweetheart Pussy Bow Blouse,
nothing better than the fab People magazine!
Keep them peeled for what she wears next this Fall …
This Sunday is the start of a new talent series Born to Shine, which is a fabulous positive charity show
for under privileged children.
Denise Van Outen has chosen to wear our fab new lace one shoulder dress with leather Bat shaped belt.
The lace one shoulder dress is a stunning addition to the new seasons dresses, the divine lace dress has a fabulous vintage spirit .We are loving flame and every shade of red through to a
very deep lacquer red for our dresses for Autumn Winter.
The beautiful model and designer looks effortless and wonderfully romantic in the shoot at her home in Wales for Hello magazine. Heart melting.
Her cherry lip stain and simple clip are enough to lift the pop of colour in the 30s inspired vintage tea dress in the stunning photograph below…x
I am probably one of The Sartorialist’s biggest fans.
Having spent three of the most recent years of my career trend spotting for high street brands and luxury
fabric mills, I have used this as one of my bibles. As I know do so many others in the industry.
Such a simple tool to capture so well the chicest street style and small moments of natural chic from
the worlds fashion capitals.
The menswear is as significant to me as the womens.
I love the proportions, and the character and the theatre
brought about by personal styling. Some people, so unaware of just how ‘perfect’ they are looking, and how beautiful an
image they have created for others to appreciate.
I spied a coat of mine on there, worn by a lady whom I’ve never met, but who owns the family business Imarika
which is a beautiful fashion store in Milan. She has worn it with effortless style, and has attracted nearly 200 comments for this Sartorialist entry.