Lovers of fine fashion rejoice! Come Tuesday 18th June, the iconic WilliamVintage will be launching at Selfridges in the form of a pop up shop.
Suitably situated in the window of East on the second floor, alongside superbrands like Chanel and Maison Martin Margiela, a resplendent collection of fashion design spanning over 100 years will be available. Incorporated, are highly covetable pieces, including early workings of Givenchy, Madame Gres, Lanvin, Balenciaga, Hartnell, Dior and several other eminent designers.
William Blanks Blaney, founder of WilliamVintage and the doyen of haute couture vintage says “I am delighted that WilliamVintage is available in the legendary Selfridges department store and so proud to see our rare vintage discoveries alongside some of the greatest contemporary collections.”
Notable pieces from the collection include a Rahvis haute couture cocktail dress in pink silk, an important Balenciaga haute couture three piece suit from the Winter 1954 collection, a 1955 Lanvin haute couture cocktail dress, a 1958 Bruyere haute couture dress, a 1960 Rahvis haute couture coat and a 1968 Oscar de la Renta mini dress.
WilliamVintage is renown for its selection of the finest vintage and vintage haute couture there is. Available at the WilliamVintage Store in Marylebone and now, for a limited time, in Selfridges.
By Veebs Sabharwal