terça-feira, 7 de setembro de 2010

Fashion Flashback: Daisy Fellowes


Born Marguerite Séverine Philippine Decazes de Glücksbierg in Paris to a wealthy family, the novelist, poet and former editor of French Harper’s Bazaar Daisy Fellowes was an acclaimed fashion icon and beauty throughout the early 20th century. After two society marriages, in the 1920s and 30s she was frequently referred in the papers as “the most beautiful woman in the world”. Her distinctive style and penchant for wearing exotic jewellery added to Fellowes’ fashionable appeal and in 1933 she was appointed the editor of Harper’s Bazaar in Paris. An original supporter of Elsa Schiapparelli’s work, she was also a part time writer, her best-known work being Les dimanches de la Comtesse de Narbonne(1931) published in English as “Sundays”. Continue reading to view additional ph

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