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Bus Stop by Lee Bender

One of the London boutiques that sprang up in the late 60s, Bus Stop was started by Lee Bender and her husband Cecil in 1968 as a retail outlet for her manufacturing business. According to Bender, “We chose the name ‘Bus Stop’ because it was so identifiably British; and red because it was the color of telephone kiosks, pillar boxes, and London buses.” In 1969 they located next to Biba. Bus Stop eventually became a chain of twelve stores, located throughout Great Britain. This chain was bought by “French Connection” in 1979. Lee and Cecil Bender started a new boutique in London called Arcade in 1982. Bus Stop is best known for their use of crepe and print in their pieces and they are contemporaries of Ossie Clark.

Navy Blue Printed Rayon Dress

Bus Stop by Lee Bender

Navy Blue Printed Rayon Dress

$500.00
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Navy Blue Printed Rayon Dress

Bus Stop by Lee Bender

Navy Blue Printed Rayon Dress

$500.00

Amazing Bus Stop by Lee Bender day dress. Rayon navy blue with a fun abstract floral print in yellow, red, white and green. Oversized. loose lapels create a slight ruffle effect. V neckline and bishop sleeves. Covered buttons down centre and loose skirt is fun and flirty. Marked UK size 10, fits like a US size 4. Excellent vintage condition.

Navy Crepe Floral Set

Bus Stop by Lee Bender

Navy Crepe Floral Set

$895.00
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Navy Crepe Floral Set

Bus Stop by Lee Bender

Navy Crepe Floral Set

$895.00

Rare British Biba era crepe 2 piece skirt set. Lee Bender for Bus Stop designed a line that was fashionable and perfect for London girls trying to impress in the fashion crazed 70's. Everyone wanted something a bit boho but still sexy. This shirt and top hug the figure and has a flirty swing to the hem. In excellent vintage condition all original buttons. Fits like a 4-6 US.

Top:
Shoulder 14" | Sleeves 22" | Bust 30" | Waist 28" | Hips 36" | Length 22"

Skirt:
Waist 29" | Hips 34" | Length 23"

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