Inspired by London England’s Kit-Cat Club (1920s) which opened in the summer of 1925 and immediately blossomed into the most famous nocturnal haunts in London. The club was furnished with top of the line restaurant and dance floor equipment, dubbed the most luxurious resort in Europe, and was the only club in London built expressively for the purpose of a club. It was situated in the heart of the West End, in the basement of the Capitol Theatre with a main entrance on the Haymarket. It is believed the venue was ultimately destroyed in a bombing raid during WWII.
The dresses were inspired by 1920s advertisements and dress patterns. Then reimagined and redesigned to be fitted onto modeled bodies.
Limited edition prints available (150 in series).