Black and White Winter

We like to make a statement and Fashion is our favourite way to do so.


Stripping away (almost) all our colour, we bring a collection of contrast. Two ends of the spectrum, each complementing the other, hung together in striking patterns and singular clarity. Black and White sit side by side, neither one outshining the other.

Seen together, the nuance of shades come to light.

And we love everything that comes in between!

From warm ivory to silver ice, jet black to charcoal grey. Blued undertones and pink sheens.

How intriguing it is to see texture and fabric weight affecting the pigment of such textbook tones. A grosgrain against an organza; brocade verses a tulle; tweed compared to taffeta.

Black and White patterns and zebra stripes realised in glazed cottons, silks and blended tweeds. The repetition across geometric and floral, gathered lace and velvet trimmings, send us crazy with delight.


By following a colour theme for October into November we are delighted to have a complete mix of silhouettes from every era...


Our earliest pieces: a 1920s tunic dress in soft grey, buttermilk cream and black patterned silk. Into 1930s velvet evening gowns bejewelled designs.

1940s tweed suits and silk patterned sets feature along with organza tea dresses. 


Our 50s reach from hoop skirted ball gowns, Givenchy esc cocktail dresses and unique wedding gowns, to cotton shirt waister dresses and felt poodle skirts in novelty designs.

For the 1960s we touch on darling mini dresses as well as stunning bridal examples and party dresses to see you through the winter months. 1970s pack a punch with pattern in checkerboard, braided linens and immaculate wide leg trousers.

While the 80s dips us into distressed leather and faux fur extravagance.