Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 01, 1912, MAGAZINE, Image 15
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmwmmmmmmmmmi m mmmmmmmbmmmmmm--If - ' m bmmmmm. mmm mmmmmmi m mmmmi mmmmmmm mm mmwmmmmmmmmmmmmimm-mmmmmmmmm.mmmmmm-. MjeMMMi -ay g , The Omaha Sunday Bee Magazine Page -- . Copyright 1012. by American-Examiner. Great Britain Rights Rescrve& 4 t rr. '" - , sxV- M x n v , a-, V v VU1, ,4 V v 1 i 6 J! ! W 4 tVvf o a. v s- -Ai ' , 2j H4 1 By Lady Duff-Gordon ("Lucile") LADY DUFF-GORDON. the fameua "Lucile". of London, and foremoat creator ol fashions in the world, write each week the faihion article for thi newt paper, presenting all that m newest and best in styles for well-dressed women. Lady Duff-Gordon's new Paris establish ment brings her into close touch with that centre of fashion. Lady Duff-Gordon's American establish ment is at Nos. 37 and '39 West Fifty seventh street, New York City. Y 3t a A,. va t it' i ' ,j a v , A Af a A, v I,, a,. . . Ai V( a, A A y V 7 Id' A ' 1 s , ' I i , V. , - S i ' t (A, W ' V A 'n ' ' . 4. ,a -I . W ' A A " A , ar is ' ? ' ' ! - A 1 A ' " A. illllill f i!A Hi''?! ' ' if h A V y r i t 1 Oa - s ; 1 ; s- if , -n a, , . - a ''V jf TL a , 1 J. w 1 r 5 ' A. .'V'' A f , M A 'f V A A a ; 4V V -t a A 31', - jr 1 i t a A .f 5A f OIJ are all bo interested la Gaby Deilys in America that I simply cannot resist showing you some ot her new. late Fall' hats and' smair fixings, the little "touches" tha: mean to. much .o chic women. They are very fascinating to me and I am sure that you will approve of them highly. Gaby has had even more vogue In Paris since her return from New York than before. And who cari deny her charm and grace wtien she dons 'the de lightful feminine' "fixings', that' I am show ' Ing you this week. I did not design these frlp'perle. but I am more than charmed with them." ' ' " ' ' -' ' I :- ; Jrt -a shows a three-piece jet. scarf, 1IU. I jiat and muft. -In this set black brocade, chiffon cloth tad ermine are combined In a most charming manner. The close fitting bat is a novel shape. The cluster rosette on . the side 1b made of er mine heads and tails, a similar rosette Is placed on the large muft with good effect. ' Notice the' shape of the scarf,, if fs very like the old-time matttua of the early, six ties. It fastens at the front under in er mine rosette. , " ' . Vn 9 shows a " ' ing smal'l hat suit-.; ,ble.. to?. ', morning - wea'f it , is built of ' - white; felt and chlf- : ton. ' The white osprey fancy Is -very large and in its unusual arrange-. ment is very fetch- s ing. ; Nn ,s 'p,c nu 0 turehat and muff that are AeligWfitU The hat " of,- torquoise satin is shadedwlth gray ' ' ' - A S X" i' w "A S 4 'a AMjfS - sow ' jf 4- A. A A V A a 1. ;t 9 1 ,'1 ' 1 ' 'a 4 ' i ,F, , - fa f, j 4' .1 ; I; - 'V'p ' "4 ' JF chiffons edged with Usher fur,! the up-1 standing rose is of gray and torquolse satin. The huge .muff shaded with the gray chiffon has a torquolse satin . foundation and a rose similar to that . on the hat. No 4. Th'8blg i a stunning com bination' of white brocade and black velvet and 1s to 'be worn with the . mantua and muff shown in the first ( figure. ' The ermine , rosette matches , that on the muff. is another large hat. This has ; full Tarn 0' Shanter crown of black velvet. The three white feathers under the brim and the lace frill are the only decoration and are decidedly smart for this season. No! 5 ".' 0 ... t t 1 - ZSift' " t . a . 'X,-- 1 . 1 1- -ill 1 " -t - ..... .. ,. ,. , ,. ,. A 'l 5 "A , ( vA; V a1 - ' 1 ' .' 'if I 'V ' :'W.v..i, a.