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ADY DUFF-GORDON, the famous "Lucile" of London, and fore- C&TO '
I E most creator of fashions in the world, writes each week the fashion ' ft?
article for this ncwspr.p-cr. presenting all that is newest and bc;t in .-..,' ;
! tyles for well-dressed women.
Lad-- Duff-Gordon's Paris establishment brings her inlo clo;e touch "fc .-ak jWr-' 4m
with that centre of fashion. HLi " fit
Lady Duff-Gordon's American establishments arc ai Nos. 37 and 39 ,'
We-t Fifty-seventh street. New York, and No. MOO Lake Shore Drive. Bi ; i A
Two Tones of Chiffon, Satin Eands and a Bodice of Chinese Brocade .
Compose This Tea Gown. V t
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Chiffon Is Arranged in the Form of a Long Coat Over a Satin
Slip for This Tea Time Robe. The Chiffon la
Embroidered with Silver,
By Lady DufF-Gordon
Paris, September 12.
' HERE Is witchery la a veil designed and e2tecuted tea. gown, as
I 3urely ae there Is repulsion in a careless wrapper.
Who can deny the witchery of the group of gowns arranged on
this page? Each Is of a distinct type Each is lovely In lta own way.
The one shown In the middle of the page has something of a regal air.
It Is of chiffon, arranged with coat like effect over a satin slip. The
chiffon is embroidered with silver. Bands of silver brocado aro arranged
otcrootional Feature Scrviee in j,.eat Britain Kifbti aecrTod.
Embroidered Marquisette Fashioned Into a Short Coat and Draped
Skirt Is Combined With a Chiffon Blouse in This Tea Dress.
ia a girdle and as cross pieces for trimming of the front of the bodice
The bandeau is a close fitting one of pearls in a lace setting.
On tho right you see a picture of a tea gown of embroidered mar
quisette. The short coat la trimmed with bands of silver ribbon The
loose, pleated girdle is finished with the ribbon, as are the kimono sleeves
of the chiffon bodice. The head band is of the embroidered marquisette. JK J
On the left you see a still different typo of tea gown. This one is of
two tones of chiffon, draped from the shoulders and bordered with bands
of satin. The short bodice is of Chinese broccde At the neck the roh
is fastened by a clasp of rapphlres. ''fc
Feeling the pulse of fashion, we may diagnose with some certalntv
the favorite modes for Autumn and Winter. We already know that com
blnatlons of black and white will be exceedingly popular Black satin
slips are covered with white lace or are draped with white chiffon Wh Z
satin foundations gleam ivory-like through meshes of black net ' w
gowns have girdles and collars and fringe of black. Black eown- ,
facings and pipings of white. In some gowns of georgette crene th Z PS
and white are so balanced that It matters not whether we ay of n ? 31
a black and white gown" or "It is a white and black gown " 11 18
There are rnauv black bats trimmed with white nil.
bands of white satin A noticeable feature of Thi mod"??. f
of tho large hat. The small hat has long been DonuTar L pre8ence
effort is being made to introduce a larger shape Tn k detsrm,aed
back into its own. nape. The brim is coming