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Familiar snippets of classical music float through scenes like one of Lola’s peignoirs, and lines of poetry (written by Mr. Leteiler) dangle in the air.
Another, dressed in an ice-blue peignoir, petted a stuffed lap dog with one hand and preened with the other.
Lips scream here, hands clench, a woman in a gray peignoir walks up and down, a restive ghost.
Olivia La Roche has become a pro at sourcing 1940s peignoirs and vintage pointy-toed pumps — and making them look exceptionally cool.
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