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Wedding hat  English, 1915  Lady Duff Gordon, known as Lucile, English, 1863–1935

England - Wedding hat probably designed by Lady Duff Gordon, known as Lucile - Satin, Brussels needlepoint lace

A sketch circa 1912 by Lucile, aka Lady Duff-Gordon, a survivor of the Titanic.

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Lucile, fashion illustration - c. 1912 - by Lucile Ltd., aka Lucy Christiana, Lady Duff-Gordon, a survivor of the Titanic

Evening dress House of Worth  (French, 1858–1956) Date: ca. 1911 Culture: French Medium: silk, beads, stones, simulated pearls

Haute Couture Charles Frederick Worth evening dress gown circa from Made from silk, trim, beaded flower floral embroidery pattern embroidered with glass beads, stones, simulated pearls and sequins pailette.

Evening dress        Place of origin:        London, England (made)      Date:        ca. 1912 (designed)      Artist/Maker:        Lucile, born 1863 - died 1935 (maker)      Materials and Techniques:        Satin, trimmed with chiffon and machine-made lace; cummerbund of silk velvet; bodice lined with grosgrain and supported with whalebone      Credit Line:        Worn by Miss Heather Firbank      Museum number:        T.31-1960

Evening dress

Silk satin evening dress trimmed with chiffon and machine-made lace, Lucile, Museum Number

Lady with class

Lucile 1913 Monna Delza, Lily Elsie, Gaby Desly, Photos Henri Manuel & Talbot photography by -- non-identifié -- — original fashion print

Art Nouveau - Les Merveilles de la Haute-Couture - Robe du soir de Jeanne Paquin - 1908

Dinner dress House of Paquin (French, Designer: Mme. Jeanne Paquin (French, Date: spring/summer 1909 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal Dimensions: Length at CB: 63 in.

Evening dress Designer: Lucile (British, 1863–1935) Date: 1914–16 Culture: British Medium: silk

Evening dress Lucile (British, Date: Culture: British Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Miss Isabel Shults, 1944 Accession Number:

Evening Gown (1908). Description: Red – violet voided velvet patterned in design of ostrich plumes, trimmed with matching embroidered net a...

Evening Gown Description: Red – violet voided velvet patterned in design of ostrich plumes, trimmed with matching embroidered net

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