14 items found relating to : Fashion
|Titanic Stories||TITANIC FASHION, AN EDWARDIAN MAKEOVER
For first class passengers on board Titanic, status was everything....
|26th August 2011|
|New York Times||FASHION DISPLAY AT PALACE
Lady Duff-Gordon Appears far a War Charity---Herman Timberg --- A fashion display staged by Lady Duff-Gordon, and including that personage herself as an added attraction, was the mecca that drew an unusually large crowd to the Palace T...
|4th December 1917|
|New York Times||AUTEUIL SOUNDS THE PANNIER'S DOOM
Smart Display of Summer Fashions at Paris Race Course Shows Radical Style Changes --- NOVEL ROBESPIERRE GOWNS --- Immense Crowd Out to See the French Grand National---Americans Less Numerous Than Usual...
|24th June 1912|
|EDITH ROSENBAUM IN 1910
|New York Times||THE CRINOLINE QUESTION
THE CRINOLINE QUESTION --- Some Modistes Scout Idea of Suggested Revival---Others Like It --- Special Correspondence THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, Sept. 4---The question whether the crinolin...
|17th September 1911|
|Women's Wear Daily||EDITH L. ROSENBAUM REPORTED HURT IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT
A number of the daily papers this morning have the following press dispatch from Rouen, France: "Rouen, Monday: Miss Edith Rosenbaum, an American, was seriously injured today in an automobile accident while on her way to this city from Paris. A Ge...
|22nd August 1911|
|New York American||DEATH CLOSES CAREER OF LADY DUFF GORDON
Modiste Who "Dressed the Women of Three Generations" Once Had Shop in New York LONDON, April 21. - Lady Duff Gordon, for many years world celebrated as an arbiter of fashion, and a survivor of the sinking of the Titanic,...
|22nd April 1935|
|New York Times||JURY FREES MISS EDITH ROSENBAUM
Miss Edith Rosenbaum, a fashion writer, was acquitted yesterday by a jury in Judge Mayer's Part of the Federal District Court of a charge of having failed to declare a number of evening gowns, which she brought here from France last June. The in...
|29th March 1918|
|MOHAWK COLLISION AND GROUNDING PHOTO
The morning after the multi-collision debacle in New York harbor, passengers are evacuated in calm and orderly fashion from the vessel, which lay perhaps 100 yards from the beach. In 1935 the view would be considerably different, as passengers and...