尽管她经常光顾那个时代最伟大的时装设计师，但她的风格在很大程度上还是属于她自己。如今，时尚越来越被视为一种艺术形式，她的态度尤为重要。当马塞尔普鲁斯特(Marcel Proust)在他的小说《追忆似水年华》(In Search of Lost Time, A la recherche du temps perdu)中写道，格雷夫赫伯爵夫人启发了他笔下不朽的人物——女伯爵奥里安(Oriane)，他写道，“她的每一件衣服都像是……她灵魂中某个特定方面的投射。”
There were various objects that were displayed at the museum. One of the objects was as given in the above image at the entry of the gate itself.
It is understood from the research that Countess Greffulhe believed in the artistic significance of fashion. This was evident as well from the objects displayed that how careful and knowledgeable she was about her dressing sense, design and arts.
“And although she patronized the greatest couturiers of her time, her style was very much her own. Today, when fashion is increasingly regarded as an art form, her attitude is especially relevant.” When Marcel Proust wrote his novel In Search of Lost Time (À la recherche du temps perdu), the Countess Greffulhe inspired his immortal character, Oriane, the Duchess de Guermantes, of whom he wrote, “Each of her dresses seemed like…the projection of a particular aspect of her soul.”
The above statement signifies the importance for the design and objects displayed in the museum. Some of the pictures from the museum are added.
Photograph by Paul Nadar, the Countess Greffulhe wearing the “Lily Dress” created by the House of Worth, 1896. House of Worth, “Lily Dress” evening dress, black velvet with application of ivory silk in the form of lilies, embroidered with pearls and sequins, 1896
In the museum, the famous ‘Lily Dress’ in two form is displayed and that dress looks fabulous with the mannequins. Another famous gown of the queen displayed in the museum was ‘Tea Gown’ and ‘Byzantine Gown’. Both gowns are shown in the below picture and both looks stunning. The ‘Byzantine Gown’ was considered as one of the most famous gowns of the queen as mentioned on the slab of the museum