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A large group of Dolce and Gabbana footwear
A large group of Dolce and Gabbana footwear, mainly low courts and stilettos including: a fabulous black patent pair with pointed gold studs; blue denim pair with red heels and others, sizes 36 1/2 to 37 1/2, (18) Kerry Taylor Auctions
A Cartier brocaded silk evening clutch, 1930s
A Cartier brocaded silk evening clutch, 1930s, stamped to the lining 'Cartier London', with chalcedony and ruby inset bauble clasp, 27cm, 10 1/2in long Kerry Taylor Auctions
An Ossie Clark/Celia Birtwell for Radley floral printed chiffon dress, mid
An Ossie Clark/Celia Birtwell for Radley floral printed chiffon dress, mid 1970s, labelled and size 14, the skirt falling in two tiers, bust approx 96cm, 38in This dress is being sold in aid of the Sue Ryder Charity. Kerry Taylor Auctions
Diaghilev's Ballets Russes: Sleeping Princess
Diaghilev's Ballets Russes: Sleeping Princess, costume for a Lady in Waiting, designed by Léon Bakst, choreographed by Marius Pepita, first performed in London in 1921, the calico lining bearing the dancer's name `Savitska', and in ink `Polonaise 5 Act', the woven waistband stamped in gold `Mon.Muelle Rossignol, Costumier de l'Opéra, 12 Rue de la Victoire, Paris', of rose pink cotton velveteen, with boned bodice, ivory satin stomacher with silver bows long trained skirt with floating panels to the front appliqéd with gold tissue, edged in fringes, sprigged overall with gold rosettes; the ivory satin underskirt with stencilled gold curleques spangled with gilt discs; with original Sotheby's lot tag, (2) Provenance: Sotheby & Co, 3rd March 1973, lot 172. The Sleeping Princess or `La Belle au Bois Dormant' was composed in close collaboration with the choreographer of the Imperial Ballet - Marius Petipa. When asked why Diaghilev had decided to call his production `The Sleeping Princess' he replied "Because I have no beauties!". The premier took place at the Alhambra Theatre in London - the first time the full length ballet in five scenes would be performed in England. It was a magnificent and lavish production. It was financed by Sir Oswald Stoll, the Chairman and Managing Director of the Coliseum Syndicate and the Alhambra Company with a £20000 advance against box office receipts. The costumes designed by Bakst cost as much as £50 each to make, an enormous sum at the time, with the final detail of every costume personally overseen and approved by Diaghilev himself. Infact it was the sumptuousness of these costumes (many of which were made in Paris by the best costumier of the day) that resulted in Diaghilev's bankruptcy. His decision to stage this particular ballet in 1921 was driven by the company's weak financial position and the hope that such a classic and spectacular ballet might appeal to the more conservative but lucrative London Theatre World. Although the ballet was a moderate success the lengthy performance of a single ballet proved less popular than hoped and it was forced to close after 114 performances. racking up huge debts. Diaghilev fled to Paris before the production finished. As security, the costumes and sets were impounded by Sir Oswald Stoll and the costumes were stored away under the Alhambra stage until the debt was finally cleared in 1926. Kerry Taylor Auctions
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