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Lucile

Poor Lucile… The one thing she tried to get away from was the one that would never let her go. Her own heart.

Made from a leather bound book titled Lucille by Owen Meredith, copyright 1885; an antique Nippon jointed bisque doll; a vintage cabinet card, glue, keys, lace and other craft items and found objects. 10 more words

Antique

Lucile vs. M. Poiret: The Gauntlet is Thrown Down: 1912

An unfortunate difference of opinion has broken out between the men and the women dressmakers as represented by the chief European exponents of the art. On the one hand we have M. 995 more words

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Lucile vs. M. Poiret: The Gauntlet is Thrown Down: 1912

An unfortunate difference of opinion has broken out between the men and the women dressmakers as represented by the chief European exponents of the art. On the one hand we have M. 995 more words

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Lucile, Lady Duff-Gordon: Inventor of the Modern Fashion Show

On the 13th of June 1863, Lucy Christiana, Lady Duff-Gordon (née Sutherland), best known as ‘Lucile’, was born in London, England. She gained recognition as a leading fashion designer in the late nineteenth and the early twentieth century. 997 more words

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