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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1913)
The Omaha Sunday Bee Magazine
Ladfy Huff 'Gordon Describes
the "Tendencies" of the
Season, and Introduces "the
LADY DUFF-GORDON, die fameo.
"Lucile" of London.and foremotl
creator of fashions in the world,
write etch week tho fithlon article for
thii newspaper, pretenting all that U new
cit and bet In HyUt for well-dreued
Lady Duff-Gordon'i Pari establishment
brint her into dote , touch with that
centre of fashion.
Lady Duff-Cordon American eitabliih.
ment i at No. 37 and 39 Weil Fifty,
seventh dreet. New York. -
Queen of thel Carnival Costume in Ex
quisite White Crepe. Lined with San
pirns Blue Satin. Unique Chain ana
Tiara of Sapphires ancl Diamonds.
By Lady Duff-Gordon
Paris, October 4.
HERB Is every evident
that the day of Uja draped
cloth skirt has saased. The
present tadenc!e -re all
toward tho plainly tailored - cloth
skirts or those with bands or folds
Cihe cloth Itself. These bands mart
fee arranged so as to give tho up-la-tJj-frot
eXeet that t so desirable
this mm. Ia fact, sot fashionable,
ha this effect be6ome that the woa
r aow la waera the "uplifting1
The straight, front hat therefor
beeeee a thteg of the past, la bo
el the Pari shops they are selling
hair fads to use on the front of these
gowns, Just as a generation ago the'
hlr bustle was used.
Theso Holbein costumes aree'
tremely elegant. As they are made
tn velvet and satins, they are very
much draped. In designing one's
Winter wardrobe it must he borno
in mind tho all the worsteds and
cloths must havo plain lines, but
that all dressy fabrics velvets, sat
ins end chiffons must bo draped oa
elaborately as poB&lble.
As It 1s impossible for ono to go
far wrong In draping one's "dressy"
costumes, so one goes not wrong tn
baring all orfo'f hats made mnall.
Perhaps never before have the small
hats been so entranclngly becoming.
This becomlngnesa it duo to the fact
that they all havo brims flight, but
still brims of some shape. The
brimless hat Is, I think, very unbe
coming to all faces but those of ex
. Besides being small, the bats of
the moment are very sparsely
trimmed. Just a flower or two or a
smart quill or military fancy set at
a chic angle on the brim is all that
The tendencies In blouses are alt
toward the diaphanous. That is, tho
fabrics used are of the most ex
quisite and filmy, but enough layers
must be used to avoid the really
vulgar displays that havo shocked so
many people this season.
Pur of every kind will be ultra
smart Hats are also trimmed with
fur. Never before have the signs
Dointed so strongly to a fur season.
wul, tern mm-:Mmm-um, i m
PSIWl .''HolLW Costume in Night Gray VclvetMP Back View of the Apron SJurt, Showina JSSi
mmrW3k ' Dei0ntd bv "Lucile." The Hat of PaW e Fox Bands at Their FW
Olive Crecn Satin Is the One Large fflg
Mode' Permuible This Season. (
of Alice Blue
with Green Satin,
Showing the New
Model of Eton Jacket.
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