Lady Duff-Gordon's beautiful mannequins
Lucy Christiana, Lady Duff Gordon, a leading fashion designer better known by her professional name, 'Lucile'. She was the proprietor of Lucile's, Hanover Square, famous for the 'emotional' gown. Sister of the writer, Elinor Glyn and wife of Sir Cosmo Duff Gordon. Caption reads 'Lady Duff-Gordon, who is 'Lucile', the famous costumier, is at present in New York, supervising the opening of her new establishment there. With her, as the lawyers have it, are some of her most beautiful mannequins, all English girls, whose advent has caused much interest amongst the smart set'.
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