- Salmon-coloured “Ida” crepe dress embroidered with shaded-off silver spangles; silver guiper cape trimmed with fur, by Brandt.
- Brick-coloured crepe de Rome fourreau under a tunic of gold cambodia lame, by Lenieff.
- Buttercup yellow Georgine crepe» dress, by Lenieff.
Getting ready for Deauville.
The parsienne is already enjoying foretastes of the idyllic delights of country life. Thanks to her car, which has become absolutely indispensable, she can sleep at St. Germain or Rambouillet or Versailles without missing tea-time at the Restaurant de Madrid or Armenonville or the Polo Club, at the same time keeping an interested and amused eye on the process of making new frocks for Deauville. This is really the most important matter on hand at present.
We have not yet discarded the toilettes that we wore with so much success at Chantilly, Auteuil and Longchamp, and we are already thinking about the new ones which we hope will bring us another crop of compliments when we show them, and ourselves, on the “Plage Fleurie” at Deauville. I hear wonderful accounts of the lace dresses that are being made by Callot, Jenny and Doeuillet.