An explosion of abstract flowers in this celebration of greens.
Every green imaginable in a tasteful blend of greens with highlights of rich aqua allows this print to team with all of our greens – madison slips, bamboo styles and kate tanks.
If you hadn’t noticed the designer has a belief that most women look better in greens – from blue-based to yellow based
Her preference for Autumn is dark khaki which is a superior alternative to black for a more formal or dressy outfit and much kinder on older skin.
The delicate use of dots and dashes create stripes that cascade down the silk making a flattering vertical stripe design – that is extremely flattering.
The use of pale silver and stone is washed with a soft blue and punched with delicate painted lines of black.
Pair it with black for a sophisticated evening style, or team it with silver silks for a summer solution to your next big event.
We all just love this print and it’s sophisticated colour palette!
Reminiscent of a silk wallpaper in an upper east side NYC apartment, this print will pair with so many colours – that will change it’s mood.
The dirty chartreuse green has soft images of birds and branches with highlights of stone through to crimson and intense teal, in the wandering floral images.
No matter which colour you choose to layer underneath this is going to be sophisticated style.
A simple elegant print of a paisley design in black and gold.
Worn with black slips and accessories it quickly becomes an evening outfit, whilst when paired with accessories in a rattan or natural you can create a day- wear look.
The fine line work of the paisley design creates an “overall” impression of a neutral.
A simple, elegant dress when layered over a black or nude Madison slip.
So the print can become a backdrop to feature your favourite jewels.
Perfect for any occasion as you can dress it up or down depending on your social calendar!
And particularly perfect for petites, as there is less fullness than our forever popular Mary dress.
The myriad of moody colours makes for a multitude of slip and accessory options – the palette has a really balanced amount of colours. The smoke blue, ink navy and white can pair with Madison slips, whilst the warm gold, fuchsia pink, and rust, provide shoe and accessory options.
The print will transition easily through the seasons and be a solution for day and evening wear.
The crinkle finish on the silk chiffon keeps the slimline silhouette – creating a “stretch” silk for a really comfortable wear.
This dress is the epitome of femininity. We envisage gliding into a party and watching the heads turn to gaze upon the soft floating tiers of delicate blue silk. This style is an Aline cut.
The sheerness of the silk means you get a soft silhouette as it smudges the outline of the figure, and provides some camouflage to tummies
The length allows you to play further with it – whether it’s self-tying a section offset at the waist, or even belted for those who want to show off the figure a little more.
This style is maxi length, has a flattering gathered scoop neckline and ¾ sleeve with a gathered flair finish that reflects the gentle gathers of the tiers.
The Mary is a flattering style with both its deep V neck to break up the bust and its ¾ sleeve providing some arm cover. The front and back panel gathering combined with the longer back hemline adds to its elegance. The sheer silk chiffon creates a “smudged “silhouette when worn over a Madison sleeveless slip in either short or midi length.
The dress can be worn as a top and layered with either a Rosie tube skirt or ¾ pants to provide more camouflage of knees
Silk has properties like hair and will flatten after wearing for 10 mins – and like hair can become static – which can be alleviated with a spray of Statique (available from supermarkets)