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This week’s window has been curated around that  bubblelicous cocktail dress in the centre. It dates from the 1960’s and was originally purchased from Saks Fifth Ave. Whomever designed it, was clearly inspired by Paul Poiret. From the cocoon shaped tulle over layer to the hobble hem, it harks back to the teens but with fresh go-go twist.


On display

This week’s window is a varied assortment of eras. Judy on the left is sporting a contemporary Gucci jersey dress. Centre darling is wearing a 1950’s abstract fruit print frock, and righty is clad in a 1990’s Dior knit gown. This piece screams Cindy Crawford, doesn’t it?

Craving Chanel?

Well we have enough to satisfy your hankering for the beloved CCs. On today’s menu is a smattering of the french delicacy, in both vintage and contemporary form.Let’s start from smallest to largest items;

Chanel satin ribbon bow pin.1990’s Sold

Chanel black velvet double breasted button corset top with chain straps. 1990’s. Size 8-10.

Chanel 07P brand new crisp white tuxedo blouse with cream organza bow. Size 10. Sold

Chanel late 1980’s navy and white bouclé houndstooth jacket. Size 10-12 Sold

Chanel black chenille stretch mini dress with pockets. Size 6-10. Sold

Chanel mid 1990’s black silk dress with slash shoulders, pockets and bows. Size 10. Sold

Chanel 1990’s black tiered tulle gown with bows. Size 4. Sold

Please don’t hesitate to ‘Contact Us’ for more details.



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This week we have gilded our Judys in attempt to follow up last week’s blinged out window. Nothing makes us swoon more than hand beading. The difference between machine beading vs. hand,  is like night and day. Take for instance the centre gown, if you zoom in you will see what we mean. The inconsistency of sequin placement is key to its beauty and quality. We are your Textile Geek Squad!

Back in class with Mr. Vuitton and Mlle. Chanel

So now that we are all back to our old routines, why not kick it up a notch this fall with one of these luxury goodies. Let’s jump right into it;

L.V. backpack with front zip pocket. Measures 12″ x 6″ x 15″.Sold

L.V. Saumur 43 saddle bag. Measures 15″ x 10″ x 12″. Sold

L.V. Alma MM Voyage. Measures a whopping 18 1/2″ x 9″ x 13″.Sold

L.V. Wapiti case. For your phone & cards. Measures 4 1/4″ x 2″ x 3″.Sold

L.V. small address book. Measures 4″ x 7/8″ x 5 3/4″. Sold

L.V. day planner. Measures 5 1/2″ x 1 1/4″ x 7 1/4″. Sold

L.V. book cover. Measures 5 3/4″ x 1/2″ x 8 1/4″.Sold

L.V. pocket agenda cover. 3 1/2″ x 1/4″ x 6 1/4. Sold

L.V. day planner. Measures 6 1/2″ x 3/4″ x 9 3/8″. Sold

L.V. denim Speedy PM (pencil case). Measures 7″ x 2 1/4″ x 2 3/4″.

Chanel black caviar leather day planner. Measures 5″ x 1 1/4 x 7 3/8″. Sold

Chanel beige with black logo tights, sealed in package, circa 2000. Size 3.

Chanel black quilted satin headband  (for gym class, of course). Elastisized to fit all. Band width is 2 3/4″.


Please contact us for more details.


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With the debut of TIFF this weekend, we have blinged out our window in anticipation. How enticing is that Louis Feraud 1960’s dress with silver chain on the left? It leaves us wondering who it will attract into it’s chic web…

Hermes Orange Croc

Ok ladies, get ready to clutch your pearls and drop your jaw!  We have an absolutely amazing Hermes Kelly to offer you. This rare 25 cm orange glossy Porosus crocodile Kelly with gold hardware is as sweet as it looks. The colour is the most saturated tone of tangerine. Stamped with date code A, this confection hails from 1997. And of course, it’s in pristine condition. Measures 9.7/8″ x 4″ x 7″ (not including handle). Comes with it’s lock & key, shoulder strap, dust bag and box. Please contact us for more details.