Evening dress 1925 Elspeth Champcommunal metallic gold-lame and champagne silk-chiffon dress. The lame has a floral embroidered pattern. The dress has layered handkerchief skirting and scalloped art-deco work. Garment slips over head with no additional closures. Elspeth Champcommunal was a British fashion designer and the first editor of Vogue in Britain. She was influential as a designer in her own right in Paris, later taking on the role of chief designer of Worth Detail 4
"A model wears a navy blue spring suit by fashion designer Madame of Worth. The striped blouse is yellow and white, with a 'tucked basque', and is worn with a stitched belt. The blouse also has flower-shaped buttons and a bow at the neck.