The Hon. Daisy Fellowes (née Marguerite Séverine Philippine Decazes de Glücksbierg, 1890-1962), was a renowned society figure and celebrated fashion icon and tastemaker. Her apartment at 69 rue de Lille was decorated by Georges Geffroy (1903-1971), the prominent Parisian society decorator, who designed the interiors for the Hôtel Lambert for Baron Alexis de Rédé in 1948 and also the renowned Parisian apartment of Loel and Gloria Guiness, later owned by Nelia Barletta de Cates at 18 Avenue Matignon, among many others. An avid collector of French furniture himself, Geffroy's personal collection contained pieces by Jacob, Weisweiler and Riesener, and other top makers. The rue de Lille apartment, which was purchased with her second husband Reginald Fellowes after the war, was a sumptuous assemblage of European furniture, European and Asian objets d'art, and paintings, see "Dernier regard sur l'hôtel particulier du faubourg Saint-Germain dans lequel régna l'Honorable Mrs. Reginald Fellowes," Connaissance des Arts, April 1977, pp. 86-93.