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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1916)
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A Very Light-Hearted Season in
Bonnets, Says Lady Duff-Gordon
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I A Full Crowned Hit fTTiM
of Shirred Blue Velvet i-
A Hat of Irldeicent Bud Topped by
Tuft of Brilliant Boat Feathers
LADY DUFF-CORDON, the fimout "LudleN of London,
and foremost creator of faihiom it the world, writet each
week the fashion article for' thai newspaper, presenting all
that is newest and best id styles for wel-dressed women. 1
Lady Duff-Cordon Pari establishment brings her into close
touch with that centre of fashion. v-
Lady Dutf-Cordon's American establishment an at Not. 37
and 39 West Fifty-seventh street, New York, and No. 1400 Lake
Shore Drive, Chicago.
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By Lady Duff-Gordon Becoming
CLUCILI?) to a
HI8 season reveals hats ot InHnits - Is topped by a tuft of brilliant rose feathers. Dark,
I variety., They are very torgs and The hirge hat with the brim drooping Picturesque
very small very light sad very low on both sides Is extreme, but also, ex- . Typ
Whatever they are, they are very that Ex- est hats ot the season, It Is built of heavy
treme are usual at the beginning ot a sea-; lace In large, conventional pattern upon a
son, but there are Indications that extremes frame. The crown Is formed In part ot a
will persist throughout this Autumn and large, flat, drooping bow of lace. ' '
Winter.,- . Over this rests a similar but smaller bow.
Hats are more Impertinent than In pro of ribbon, the enda of which extend beyond
ceding seasons They are saucy, both tn the brim at the sides of the hst that nearly
shspe snd color. If Impudence be lacking, touch the' shoulders. The hat brim Is
the milliner adds that necessary conooml- bound by a broad hand ot the ribbon. Made
tant by an audacious tuft of feathers. , of yellow lace, with orange ribbon, or white
8easons are the moods of fashlone. lace, with pink or blue bows. It Is very et-
There are demur .seasons, when all the fective, and to whom it Is becoming It Is'
products are dove-like and demur. There most becoming.
are tad seasons, as last 8ummer, when we The third bat Is a semi-poke. The wide
saw everywhere the long draped veil that brim that la so effec- ,
were signs of sympathy and understand- tlve a frame tor a
ing with the weeping widows of France 1 young and pretty
and England. These long enveloping veil face la topped by a
made every wearer look like a warwldow.. - large, full .crown ot
Not even the sauciness ot the fabric, as shirred taffeta. The
transparent gauze, removed that effeot hat Is constructed of
This season will be light-hearted. It I bright orange velvet
The hat is the index of the costume.
Therefore we may judge a costume by the
hat It Is easily evident that we are at '
the threshold of a pert season.
Note, for instance, '
the pert, froilcaom
hat ot Iridescent
beads. It. is set tip
sily over the eye of
the wearer, as
though In a spirit
ot defiant fun. It
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