The Mademoiselle Dress is cut on the bias at the skirt giving it a 1930s shape. The bodice seams and contrasting collar design are inspired by an original 1930s dress. The Hercule Print features symbolism associated with Poirot's distinctive style like the pocket watch, small round glasses and accusing finger, alongside the crimes that he solves, the poison bottle and the gun with the spiked wine all on an indigo ink blue background. Final pieces have pearl buttons down the front of the dress.
Made from 100% Jacquard Cotton. Fully lined with a side seam zip and keyhole back opening at the neck. Length is 123cm. Has a smaller fit across the bust so if you have a larger bust please size up.
Kai is 5’9” and a UK8 and is wearing size UK8-10.
The Lady Vanishes takes inspiration from 1930s mystery novels, with references from the 'Queen of Crime' herself Agatha Christie alongside moody and resonant Daphne Du Maurier themes. Vibrant and fresh colours are taken from the 'English Riviera' to enhance the Christie symbolism in the pieces such as imagery associated with Poirot's distinctive style like the pocket watch, small round glasses and accusing finger, alongside the crimes that he solves sits the poison bottle and the gun with the spiked wine. Always watching over any suspicious behaviour is the Art Deco Eye, a continuing theme throughout the prints.
The darker elements of the prints are contrasted by the soft elegant shapes. Using late 1920s and early 1930s vintage clothing as a base for this season’s silhouette the pieces range from the classic bias Day Dress worn exploring quiet English Villages, a Safari Suit perfect for an investigation at a local Country House, to short sets and nautical pieces, ideal for sunbathing on Burgh Island…at your peril.