Sep 7, 2016

photoshootrailofhervintageclothesIconic UK singer and actress Toyah has teamed up with award-winning vintage fashion retail website Lovely’s Vintage Emporium to curate and exclusively present some of her personal 1980s wardrobe for sale.

Featuring pieces spanning Toyah’s entire career, the collection is available exclusively online at Lovely’s Vintage Emporium, and has been shot by journalist and the website’s CEO Lynnette Peck. The collection comprises 82 fashion pieces, 18 pairs of shoes and 100 jewellery pieces, prices range from £25 to £1200.

Visit the dedicated section at Lovely’s Vintage Emporium to secure your piece of Toyah history from jackets, skirts, dresses, shoes, jewellery and more.

  • The 1985 designer John McIntyre linen three-piece beige checked suit (jacket, top and skirt) that Toyah wore on Pebble Mill in 1985 performing the single ‘Don’t Fall in Love’. View video of this performance….

  • The 1985 designer Gay Ironmonger linen four-piece purple and floral suit (jacket, skirt, top (floral) and trousers), a Toyah ‘staple” worn numerous times in the mid-1980s

  • The 1988 red dress and jacket by designer Hilary Moore that she wore whilst doing charity work with Prince Edward

  • The designer John McIntyre cream striped coat worn to the British Rock & Pop Awards 1985 – photographed with Bob Geldof, Paul Young, Alison Moyet and Meatloaf wearing it

Whilst Toyah’s iconic stage costumes clothes are to be bequeathed to London’s Victoria & Albert Museum, the singer wanted her 1980s personal day wear and pieces worn for television and promotional appearances to be made available in partnership with Lovely’s Vintage Emporium.

Lovely’s Vintage Emporium was created in March 2011 by fashion and beauty journalist and stylist Lynnette Peck ( The site won UK’s Best Vintage Fashion & Accessories Website at The National Vintage Awards in 2013, and sells quality vintage wares from the 1920s to the 1990s. Lovely’s Vintage Emporium has many celebrity clients including Holly Willoughby, Nicki Minaj, Dawn O’Porter and, of course, Toyah.

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