No one did summer style like the glamourous film stars, it-girls and fashion icons of the 1950s and ‘60s. Emulate their vintage style with our new collection, ever-inspired by the romance of eras past.

Marilyn Monroe //'50s

Elegant yet playful, womanly but with a tomboyish edge, Marilyn Monroe pulled off ultra-feminine silhouettes with confidence and ease. Her wardrobe was filled with an array of beautiful dresses throughout her career, each letting her cheeky and vibrant personality shine through.

Elizabeth Taylor //'50s

The beautiful glamazon Elizabeth Taylor was not shy to dress in a fiercely feminine way. Elizabeth embraced her figure in many beautiful outfits during her time in the spotlight.

Edie Sedgwick // ‘60s

Edie Sedgwick, the New York it-girl was once Andy Warhol’s muse and is remembered for her incredible style. One of Edie’s trademark looks was a simple stripe top, dressed up with black stockings and chandelier earrings.

Coco Chanel // ‘60s

Coco Chanel invented the suit for women and it became the trademark of her iconic elegant style. The collarless boxy wool jacket often featured braid trimmings, metallic buttons and was accompanied by a fitted skirt. The Chanel suit embodies her motto, “A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous”.

Audrey Hepburn // ‘60s

After gingham was popularised by Brigitte Bardot when she wore a gingham dress to her wedding in 1959, this checked print became popular with fashionistas. Audrey Hepburn put her own effortlessly elegant spin on this trend.