An Alexander McQueen 'Broken Glass torso' clear acrylic bodice made by Emily Ticehurst for the 'The Hunger' collection fashion show, Spring-Summer, 1996, formed from two sandwiched layers of acrylic, with blood-like red ink which trickles between the layers - See more at: http://kerrytaylorauctions.com/archive-list/?id=63&sts=archive&paging=9#sthash.AhzFM0xm.dpuf
Wedding Wednesday: The Royal wedding dresses through the ages
Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones, the only daughter of Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones, married Daniel Chatto, an actor, on July 14, 1994. Lady Sarah’s wedding gown was designed by Jasper Conran. Sarah’s veil was anchored with the Snowdon Floral Tiara, a gift to Princess Margaret from her husband. Sarah has two sons, Samuel born in 1996, and Arthur born in 1999. She maintains a close relationship with her aunt, Queen Elizabeth II, and is invited to Royal events.
Evelyn Laye: .Born as Elsie Evelyn Lay in Bloomsbury, London, Laye made her first stage appearance in August 1915 at the Theatre Royal, Brighton as Nang-Ping in Mr. Wu, and her first London appearance at the East Ham Palace on 24 April 1916, aged 14, in the revue Honi Soit, in which she subsequently toured.