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Mademoiselle YeYe 1960s-style dresses

Mademoiselle YeYe 1960s-style dresses
Mademoiselle YeYe 1960s-style dresses
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If you are on the hunt for a 1960s-style dress, you might want to take a look at the range on offer at Mademoiselle YeYe.

Dropping names likes Emma Peel, Mary Quant, Catherine Deneuve and Vanessa Redgrave (circa Blow Up), designers Florence Shirazi and Kai Alt offer up dresses very much echoing the swinging sixties. Dress names like Brighton Beach, French Blue and Rocksteady probably get the point across too.

You can check out the 2011 range now, two examples of which are pictured here (the rest are on the site). Each one is made from high quality vintage fabrics and inspired by the past, but each is also an all-new design, badged with the label’s red kiss on a target symbol and made in a European-based fairtrade-certified production site.

Mademoiselle YeYe 1960s-style dresses
Mademoiselle YeYe 1960s-style dresses

A 2013 collection is currently being designed, which will also include tops and skirts. The label will also produce two new ranges each year from next year, increasing the stock considerably.

In the meantime, check out what is there, with prices around the 99 Euros mark for dresses.

Find out more at the Mademoiselle YeYe website

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