1. A wonderful bright purple evening gown from Lucile’s Winter 1911 collection.
If you’re interested/independently wealthy, this dress is going up for auction on April 28th.
The pre-auction estimate is $3,000-5,000. Who needs a car/apartment/college tuition when you could own a Lucile gown?! Although it is worth keeping in mind that the pre-auction estimate for this Lucile gown was $5,000-7,000. It will be interesting to see if this gown has similar results.

    A wonderful bright purple evening gown from Lucile’s Winter 1911 collection.

    If you’re interested/independently wealthy, this dress is going up for auction on April 28th.

    The pre-auction estimate is $3,000-5,000. Who needs a car/apartment/college tuition when you could own a Lucile gown?! Although it is worth keeping in mind that the pre-auction estimate for this Lucile gown was $5,000-7,000. It will be interesting to see if this gown has similar results.

  2. This insanely beautiful evening gown was part of Lucile’s debut American collection in 1910. The gown is made of voided velvet and was heavily influenced by the Orientalist craze of the early 1910s.
Doyle New York sold this gown at auction for $35,850 in 2004.

    This insanely beautiful evening gown was part of Lucile’s debut American collection in 1910. The gown is made of voided velvet and was heavily influenced by the Orientalist craze of the early 1910s.

    Doyle New York sold this gown at auction for $35,850 in 2004.