London, South Kensington
7 June 2007
TEA GOWNS, 1930S
a collection of four tea gowns, one of grass-green printed silk with silver tissue accents; and a long skirt of printed Indian cotton gauze (5)
Madame Staal had her clothes made up as she traveled, often from local fabrics as evidenced from the Indian and Central european cottons used here, but always in the modish Parisian styles.
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