Edwardian Fashion - Restored Two Tone Color Film

Friday, March 18, 2011

By the 1910s, womens fashion moved away from the Gibson Girl corsetted s-bend silhouette look of Edwardian Fashion, to a softer more flowing look with the new popular asian and oriental styles of the likes of Paul Poiret. A tunic over a long underskirt became the norm until the advent of the 1920's. This little film, restored in two tone color, displays the fashion of designer: Lady Lucille Duff-Gordon, who survived the Titanic along with her husband Cosmo.Thanks to Mark Green for this information.