Recognised internationally, we are the first choice for important and spectacular collections of fashion and textiles.
We have been honoured to handle elegant pieces from the wardrobes of icons such as Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor,
Daphne Guinness and Isabella Blow, as well as stage costumes worn by musical luminaries Bjork and Madonna.
As the leading authority on historic Royal fashion, our sales archive also features pieces belonging to
Princess Diana, Princesses Elizabeth & Margaret, the Duke & Duchess of Windsor, Queen Victoria and King Charles I.
The Disaya printed chiffon dress worn by Amy Winehouse for the cover of `Back to Black', 2006, 29/11/11, £36,000
The Givenchy haute couture black chantilly lace cocktail dress, worn in `How to Steal a Million', 1966, 08/12/2009, £50,000
Balenciaga couture gold figured cloque silk sari gown, Autumn-Winter, 1964, 29/11/2011, £26,000
Alexander McQueen 'Bell' dress, 2004, worn for the 'Who Is It (Carry My Joy on the Left, Carry My Pain on the Right)' video from the 'Medulla' album, 14/06/2006, £42,000
The John Bates futuristic white gaberdine cotton and silver vinyl ensemble worn by Marit Allen for her wedding in 1966, 15/09/2009, £4,000
The Antony Price white lace dress Jerry Hall wore for her wedding to Mick Jagger in 1990, 10/06/2008, £2,200
Victor Edelstein midnight-blue velvet evening gown, worn to the State dinner at the White House given by President and Mrs Reagan, when the Princess memorably danced with John Travolta, 9th November, 1985, 17/03/2013, £200,000
An Ossie Clark 'Heavenly Twins' black and scarlet moss crepe dress, 1970, 23/06/2015, £9,000
A good pair of Smith & Co Liberty printed silk dresses worn by Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret, 1935, 17/06/2019, £26,000