"I must see movement in a dress," said the late Sybil Connolly. "A woman's body is inside. It breathes. It moves." But beyond the words, the work of the iconic Irish fashion designer lives on. Her revolutionary gossamer pleated linen dress hangs immortialised on the walls of the White House - in a portrait of Jacqueline Kennedy it has become an ethereal piece of political history.
Where Connolly ventured in the world of high fashion,...
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