I absolutely adore vintage objects! I love imagining their history - who might have owned them and what they may have been used for. I particularly like objects which have been used to create or display vintage clothing.
Hence my love of vintage mannequins! Each one is different and tells their own unique story.
From the wasp-waisted mannequins of the late 1800s, the more flat chested forms of the 1920s, through to the more realistically shapely mannequins of the 1940s/50s, each one reflects the female fashion of the era.
With the mannequins I design, my aim is to create a blend of the old and the new. To take beautifully printed modern fabrics and combine them with vintage style tailoring. To create a mannequin which will sit comfortably within both contemporary and traditional settings.
If your interest is in the type of vintage mannequins displayed on this page, such as Stockman or Girard, then do get in touch. I have sent many vintage mannequins to new homes all around the world.
For more photographs of vintage mannequins, dress forms and counter top display heads and busts, please see 'The Vintage Archive'.
All the mannequins in the archive have previously been sold and so are not for sale.
Just lots of pictures to enjoy!