Here we have a huge bauble of loveliness, beautifully made, lace fretwork, signed to the reverse.
Edwina and Patsy (Google ‘Ab Fab’ if you have no idea what I’m talking about), would be all over this superb piece of vintage Christian Lacroix.
Lacroix was such a genius, born in Arles, France, he studied art history at the University of Montpelier, continued on to the Sorbonne, and then completed his dissertation in the 18th century paintings of France at the Ecole de Louvre.
How then did the inventor of the puff ball skirt (le pouf!) who grew a global business, manage to never make a profit? The company was put into administration in 2009 with Lacroix reflecting:
“I didn’t want to cry,” said Lacroix “I want to continue, maybe in a different way, with a small atelier. What I really care about is the women who do this work”.
This beautiful piece, an antique of the future, is available in my shop.
Here we have a stunning choker by renowned French fashion designer Louis Feraud.
Feraud was most famous for creating the lush movie wardrobe of Brigitte Bardot during the 1950’s.
This gorgeous signed necklace features his logo and the heart shaped pendant is suspended from a luxury silk cord.
Signed costume jewellery of this calibre will be the must have antique of the future.
INVEST HERE now, when it is still so affordable! CLICK on the photo for further details.
Here we have a fabulous Chanel suit.
In the age of Primarni and 99p knickers, who on earth would want to spend £1,000’s on couture?
But you don’t have to spend thousands – this suit is for sale for just £299. Think about pay per wear ladies!
Wear this suit once a month for ten years = less than £2.50 per wear!
Can you get your breath? You can’t even buy a skinny soya choccamoccalatte with that.
£2.50 per month to feel a million dollars. Silk, tweed, iconic buttons, superb tailoring.
Be rude not to. Click on the photo. You won’t be disappointed.
Vintage clip on earrings. About 60 years old. From the 1950’s – 1960’s.
The good old days.
Beautifully made with cream and crystal clear glass bugle beads.
So if you’re a would-be Betty Draper, or maybe you just enjoy the nostalgia of vintage, and hanker after a time when drinking, smoking, misogynist bigots roamed the streets, these lovely earrings are for you.
“In May 2010, Miss Hendricks was voted “The Sexiest Woman Alive” by female readers of Esquire magazine. Two months later the size-14 actress, who plays the feisty secretary Joan Harris in Mad Men, was declared a role model by Lynne Featherstone, the UK Equalities Minister.
Criticising the “overexposure” of skinny models, which she said was causing a crisis in “body confidence” among young women, the Liberal Democrat minister declared: “Christina Hendricks is absolutely fabulous.
“We need more of these role models. There is such a sensation when there is a curvy role model. It shouldn’t be so unusual.”
Cocktails and curves, and you can buy them by clicking on them!
This beautiful dress in turquoise chiffon is quite simply stunning on.
If you want to turn a few heads at your end of year Prom, Graduation Ball or Summer wedding, this ticks all the boxes. It’s floaty, and fabulous, and you’ll feel a million dollars in it.
It’s a steal, a deal, a sale of the century, and you can buy it here.
Cautionary note – not suitable for punting in.