Chatsworth ‘House Style’, Presented by C W Sellors Fine Jewellery: Episode 2 – Dressing to Impress
Designer dresses and dazzling jewellery are on display at Chatsworth in House Style, an exhibition exploring five centuries of fashion. Discover the characters who have brought these remarkable creations to life over the years in this landmark show sponsored by Sotheby’s. Our specialists join exhibition creator Lady Laura Burlington, supermodel Stella Tennant and Vogue’s Hamish Bowles to guide you through one of the most remarkable fashion exhibitions of recent years. House Style runs until 22 October 2017. C W Sellors Fine Jewellery has played a significant part in bringing House Style to life by recreating some of the exquisite jewellery pieces for the exhibition.
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