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Mona Von Bismarck

Countess Mona Bismarck, photographed by Cecil Beaton, in Capri , July 1 Vogue.

Mona Von Bissmarck - Best Dressed Woman in the World for the year 1933

countess mona von bismarck loved pearls- Hubert de Givenchy said, ”Mona would make sure that the pearls didn’t touch her dress when she sat down.

Mrs. Harrison Williams, later Mona, the Countess of Bismarck, in front of her portrait by Sorin. Photo by Cecil Beaton. Vogue, October 1, 1933.

Stirred, Straight Up, with a Twist: Connie-Connie-Connie-Chameleon Mona Harrison later Mona von Bismark

From Blog Post: The Best Dressed Woman and her Pearls

countess mona von bismarck - pearl lover- Hubert de Givenchy said, ”Mona would make sure that the pearls didn’t touch her dress when she sat down.

countess mona von bismarck

countess mona von bismarck

Mona Bismarck

Vogue, October Countess Mona Bismarck (February 1897 – July was an American socialite and fashion icon.

Mona von Bismarck with her cigarette case that once belonged to Louis XIV. Photo by Cecil Beaton. Vogue, February 1, 1938.

Mona von Bismarck with her cigarette case that once belonged to Louis XIV. Photo by Cecil Beaton.

Mona von Bismarck.

Harrison Williams At Opera Original caption: York, NY: Mrs. Harrison Williams, one of Society's best dressed women, is shown in her box at the Metropolitan Opera here, at the opening performance of the season.

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