If you are looking for “the one”, come to my sample sale on Saturday November 5th, 10.00 am to 3.00 pm, at 6 Mortlake Road, Kew, Richmond Surrey, TW9 3JA.
Choose from a wonderful selection of my signature bohemian chantilly lace dresses, grecian style crepe gowns with draping or classic zibeline columns. Expert advice on how to put together “the whole look” with stunning accessories; frothy tulle veils, lace boleros, satin jackets trimmed with fur.
All the gowns in the sample sale are new, in perfect condition and can be altered to fit you. Note there is a strict no returns or exchange policy. Prices from £750 to £1750. Sample sizes 8-12.
Saturday 17 January 2015
6 Mortlake Road, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3JA
(limited parking available in drive, unrestricted parking in streets off the Mortlake Road)
10.00 am to 4.00 pm
No appointment necessary and no entrance charge.
One day only sample bridal sample sale to include all 2015 designs. Sizes from 8 to 12/14. Up to 60% off bespoke price. Alteration service available.
Accessories include Louise Selby veils, jewellery by Passionate about Vintage and Kirsten Goss.
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London Fashion Week may be about to swing in the city of London but over in leafy Kew, the sixties were swinging at Louise Selby’s shoot. The gardens of Kew are at their best in the golden light of early autumn and provided the perfect backdrop for a shoot.
The auburn haired Hannah T from First Models looked every inch like Jean Shrimpton in the new Sunflower gown, a light zibeline slash necked sheath dress with a grosgrain bow. She carried a bouquet of yellow and white daisies by Kew based florist, Zita Elze. Her hair, a soft chignon that perfectly balanced her fringe, was by Severin Hubert of Hepburn Collection and the look was finished by makeup by Abigail Alexander. Nobu Yamaguchi made time in his busy schedule, between London and Tokyo, to photograph the new 2015 collection.
The six new designs feature three romantic dresses with the signature lace that Louise is known for, with fuller skirts from tulle and chiffon, as well as three sixties’ inspired frocks detailed with guipure lace. The Petunia short dress with a long lace train, was the team’s favourite.
Thanks to Lady Wright and Mr and Mrs Pethwick of Kew Green, for the loan of their gardens.