Madge Evans in Piccadilly Jim (1936) wearing Dolly Tree Gown
Madge Evans in Piccadilly Jim (1936) wore this evening gown designed by Dolly Tree made of white piqu‚. There was a clip at the back for variety. The flared skirt and the snug bodice were impertinently smart. Over this was worn a jacket of black cire satin with quadruple squared points on the sleeve tops. A white carnation was on her lapel (seen on page 284 bottom right) It was thought that this gown could be excellently done in slipper satin. The deep pinches on the shoulder tops of the cire jacket afford a striking way of stressing shoulder width. Cire was well adapted to the sculptured folds seen in some of the new ?dragged over the figure? models which Paris were sponsoring at the time.
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