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Hjem-Museum / Clothing and Accessories-Corsets hoops bustles and lingerie-1920 - 1940 - Art deco - depression-xxM191M Lady Duff Nightgown

xxM191M Lady Duff Nightgown

xxM191M Lady Duff Nightgown. This is a Lady Duff nightgown from about 1932. This beautiful nightgown is in blue rayon and has excellent chemical lace. Lady Duff considered lingerie queen. Lucy Christiana, Lady Duff Gordon (June 13, 1863 - April 20, 1935) was a Leading fashion designer in the late Nineteenth and early twentieth Centuries. She is Often Referred two as "Lucile," the name She gift couture house in London. She opened branches in Paris, New York City and Chicago, dressing high society, the stage and early silent cinema.

Lucy Duff Gordon was a survivor, with here and here husband secretary, of the sinking of the RMS Titanic in 1912. She is still Referred two as the losing party in the precedent-setting 1917 contract law case of Wood v. Lucy, Lady Duff-Gordon, in Which Judge Benjamin N. Cardozo decided here in favor Against of this advertising agency.

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