1920s Coat by Lucille, via The Chicago History Museum. Lucy, Lady Duff Gordon, had founded the House of Lucile in London by 1894. Additional branches later opened in New York, Paris, and Chicago. Lucile was known for its use of exotic motifs and silhouettes. This coat from the Paris branch reflects the taste for chinoiserie in French fashions around 1923. Overcoat, circa 1923. Silk brocade, ribbon and velvet, fur.
Jennifer Lawrence Stuns in Dior for Marie Claire France
Leading lady Jennifer Lawrence is a striking vision on the February 2017 cover of Marie Claire France. The ‘Passengers’ star wears a Dior look in the Sebastian Kim lensed image. For the accompanying spread, Jennifer poses in ethereal styles from the French label’s spring collection. The 26-year-old looks absolutely divine in a selection of tulle …
Kimberly Crest House & Gardens is a California Historic Landmark in the city of Redlands. The 1897 Victorian home and 6 ¼ acres of Renaissance style Italian gardens. The house operates as a museum that is open for public tours and private tours