Gold label Claire Sandra by Lucie Ann of Beverly Hills were the most Elite styles made for Movie Stars and Royalty.
Coveted Lucie Ann “Gold Label” Peignoirs and Gowns are an embodiment of vintage romance! A classic style comprised of a sleeveless dressing gown with a plunging V-neckline and a V-back, adorned with three small bows. The double sheer robe has short sleeves with an attached tie belt with pompons.
Magnificent to present in for your Sir/ Madame!
Lucie Ann lingerie was founded in 1947 by Lucie Ann Onderwyzer (1913-1988). She became renowned for her extensive use of nylon tricot peignoirs trimmed with marabou. Based in Beverly Hills, California, her lingerie found favor with the stars, and was featured in the TV series Green Acres, being worn by star Eva Gabor. After Onderwyzer’s death, the business was sold, and the label changed to Lucie Ann II. This line is still in production.
~”Sunday Morning”, Wallace Stevens
is a long outer garment for women which is often sheer and made of chiffon or another translucent fabric.
The word comes from French peigner, to comb the hair (from Latin pectināre, from pecten, pectin-, comb) describing a garment worn while brushing one’s hair, originally referring to a dressing gown or bathrobe.
Very high-end peignoirs were occasionally sold with sheer long gloves and stockings made of the same material as the peignoir itself for wear to bed or on occasions where the wearer would be seen in her nightclothes; such as visiting or while sharing accommodations during travel. Contemporary peignoirs are usually sold with matching nightgown or panties.
This explains the confusion in dievca’s mind about a négligée and peignoir….both can be a robe or dressing gown. But a négligée can also be in the form of a sheer nightgown and peignoirs are usually sold in sets with a nightgown….whew!
dievca would love to wear a beautiful sheer, flowing, vintage peignoir set for Master.
Something to search for~