Modelling for us outside in the Kings Rd, shop manager Lise’s friend Kylie, who is visiting the UK from South Africa for Christmas, incited a passer-by to remark ‘Ooh La La’ to her in obvious approval. A fitting title for this post I thought. Continue reading
In the World’s End shop are 3 dresses, the ‘Gigot Dress’ (and blouse), the ‘Balloon Dress’, and the ‘Gipsy Dress’. Continue reading
This is another style from our remake of Vivienne’s favourite dresses from last summer’s Gold Label collection. It’s a real summer piece based on the spiral cutting principal, which dominated SS12. An easy thing for your next beach holiday. Balloon Dress in cotton voile, garment washed, one size, £290.00
Some of you might remember the River Dress. We only had one of it, it’s a Gold Label Design which didn’t make it into the collection at the time. For 4 years we put it in Worlds End during winters. No one loved it, no one wanted it. The price dropped to under £100 sometimes depending on Lisa’s mood. Finally we gave it to the sample sale last weekend. One of our current interns made the pick, it looks amazing on her and she loves it!
Dear All, please apologise the long silence on here. We’ve been busy with a great new project which I’ll tell you more about next week.
Take a look at this dress. You may recognise it from Gold Label, it was used there for two seasons. Now we have a basic version of it at Kings Road. This great shape is just made from square pattern pieces, all with torn edges. A truly conceptual garment that is supposed to be washed and hang normally, no extra care required. Gigot Dress in plain cotton voile for £295.00 available at Worlds End now.
“This is my favourite dress, the Shirtwaister. I have it in cherry red too and intend on getting it in the new lipstick pink colour next. I am also wearing my tan Bag boots and Army belt. The blog is a great idea so we can see all the new things at Worlds End. I really like how the Worlds End pieces are only available in the shop, it makes them much more special. I share my own personal style on my blog www.fashionpearlsofwisdom.co.uk and it is great that other fans can now share how they style things up on here. There is a lot of inspiration. Love to Lisa, Andy and the team.”
Thank you Natalie for sending us your picture. The “Shirtwaister” is by far our most popular dress at Worlds End. The cut is genius; only very few easy-to-wear dresses give you such a silhouette. Try it on when you are in the area next time. Shirtwaister Dress, designed in 2008, available in sizes 10-16, £295.00