Drawing inspiration from the Titanic and its era’s high society fashion, this look blends historical charm with a contemporary twist. Named ‘Margaret’ after Margaret Tobin Brown, an American socialite and philanthropist often known as ‘The Unsinkable Molly Brown’, it honors her bravery and progressive spirit. Known for urging lifeboat no. 6 crew to rescue survivors from the 1912 Titanic wreckage, and for her influential role in the National American Women’s Suffrage Association and the Denver Woman’s Club, Margaret is an emblem of strength and advancement.
In the past, our designer collaborated with the National Geographic on the Titanic artifact exhibition, creating a jewelry collection featuring genuine wood from the RMS Titanic. This collection inspired the incorporation of Titanic wood in the Margaret ensemble.
Both the belt and body chain showcase pieces of wood in a setting enveloped in epoxy. A comprehensive nine-page certificate will accompany this look, detailing information about the Titanic wood.
Embellishments of freshwater pearls and sterling silver beads enhance this ensemble’s allure. The adornments continue with filigree ornaments accentuated by hand-plated 24k gold and sterling silver details. Antique garnet beads circa 1880 and additional freshwater pearls add a touch of sophistication to the headdress.
Fashioned predominantly from chiffon, the top is paired with an underlay to maintain modesty.
The skirt is made of a flowy polyester fabric with silky look.
Included with his look: *Head chain *Skirt *Gloves *Tops *Belt *Body chain