The former personal stylist set up her fashion company, Albertine Burdett, in 2006 and has been dressing television stars, such as cook Gizzi Erskine, ever since.
Proctor sources rare antique fabrics to make her bespoke 1950s-style dresses and uses the traditional techniques of women’s tailoring, ensuring that you get the highest quality for your money.
The made to measure service means your new dress will fit perfectly, complimenting your shape and highlighting your best bits.
The Colette dress, pictured, evokes the Mad Men workwear style with its shawl collar and nipped in waist. You can take a look at the full collection here. Once you’ve chosen the one you want and the fabric, place your order and in two to six weeks you’ll receive your unique dress.