'Cassandra' Tulle & Marabou Feather Dressing Gown By Boudoir By D'Lish

'Cassandra' Tulle & Marabou Feather Dressing Gown By Boudoir By D'Lish, c. 2010s, USA. The Underpinnings Museum. Photography by Tigz Rice.

Date: 2017

Origin: United States

Fabric: Nylon tulle, marabou feathers

Brand: Boudoir By D’Lish


A sheer dressing gown created in ‘Dark Cherry’ red nylon tulle, cut with voluminous bell sleeves. The cuffs and hem are embellished with multiple rows of marabou feather trim. The original belt was misplaced, and was likely made of either coordinating nylon tulle or satin. It has been replaced with a contrast grey satin ribbon.

Catherine D’Lish is a renowned burlesque dancer and stage costumier, with a loungewear range created under the brand name ‘Boudoir By D’Lish’. The label is renowned for its lavish robes, which are regularly used as stagewear by its clientele.


Kindly loaned by Elysian Skyes.

Museum number: LO-2021-001


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