Lucille Ltd.: London, Paris, New York and Chicago, 1890's to 1930's
By Valerie D. Mendes and Amy de la Haye
In the early 20th century, Lucille, Lady Duff Gordon (1863-1935), was an international fashion sensation. She created some of the most lavish, provocative and controversial fashions of the Edwardian era - linggerie, tea-gowns, and evening wear that attracted famous beauties like Lilly langtry and Mary Pickford. A flamboyant and eccentric character who survived the sinking of the Titanic, wrote a column for Hearst newspapers and designed costumes for the Ziegfeld Follies.
Fascinating look at international fashion sensation, Lucille, Lady Duff Gordon.
Hardcloth, 208 pages, 160 full color and 20 black and white illustrations.
12" height x 9.75" width