Chatsworth House Style, Presented by C.W. Sellors: Official Trailer
House Style is a landmark exhibition exploring five centuries of fashion at Chatsworth House. Layering art history, fashion, jewellery and design, House Style brings to life the captivating individuals from the Cavendish family. Sotheby’s specialists join exhibition creator Lady Laura Burlington, supermodel Stella Tennant and Vogue’s Hamish Bowles in a three-part series to guide you through this remarkable show. House Style runs until 22 October 2017.
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