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Madeleine Vionnet, 1930s designer, known for 'architectural elements' in her fashions. This gown is cut at an angle, and has panels, and triangular insertions (called godets). This velvet, champagne-colored gown has minimal ornamentation, a simple 'V' neckline, long narrow sleeves & a circular, cathedral train. The weight of the velvet creates a drag on the train, creating a lovely silhouette.

Madeleine Vionnet, 1930s designer, known for 'architectural elements' in her fashions. This gown is cut at an angle, and has panels, and triangular insertions (called godets). This velvet, champagne-colored gown has minimal ornamentation, a simple 'V' neckline, long narrow sleeves & a circular, cathedral train. The weight of the velvet creates a drag on the train, creating a lovely silhouette.

Edith Shepard Fabbri mansion, 11 East 62nd Street, bet. Fifth and Madison Aves, 1900, given to her as a wedding gift by her mother Margaret Vanderbilt Shepard

Edith Shepard Fabbri mansion, 11 East 62nd Street, bet. Fifth and Madison Aves, 1900, given to her as a wedding gift by her mother Margaret Vanderbilt Shepard