Queen Maud's personal dressers made notes about what garments she wore on specific occasions. These indicate that she wore an evening dress of 'blue and silver-grey striped chiffon' from Reville-Terry on Midsummer Eve 1935. Although no label survives, this gown matches the description very well. Simple in its style and cut, the dress relies entirely on the clever arrangement of the striped fabric for its visual impact.
"Diamond Horseshoe" Elizabeth Hawes (American, 1903–1971) Date: fall/winter 1936–37 Culture: American Medium: silk, metal
Versaille -- collections de vêtements du XVIIIe siècle __ Le Divan Fumoir Bohémien __ http://www.chateauversailles.fr/les-actualites-du-domaine/evenements/evenements/expositions/le-xviiie-au-gout-du-jour/mode/en-savoir-plus-sur-lexposition-1
Celadon Silk Jersey Dress- worn by Jacqueline Kennedy, 1961-designed by Oleg Cassini
Toque of the Empress Josephine, 1789 to 1814, embroidery (textiles), gold wire, tulle (fabric ) Location: Malmaison, castles of Malmaison and Bois-Préau