The touring exhibition – which is set to visit various stately homes and museums in the region in the coming months – is sponsored by Graysons.
Various members of staff have been part of a team of volunteers working tirelessly to re-create the costumes worn by the influential women connected with Bolsover, stretching right back to Bess of Hardwick.
Fame, Fashion, and Fortune has attracted nearly £50,000 in National Lottery Funding and is being coordinated by Bolsover Parish Church.
Caroline Murray, partner at Graysons, added:
“Being a firm with a long and proud history of championing the careers of women, we are privileged to be involved in ‘Fame, Fashion, and Fortune’. We’d especially like to thank Lacey for going above and beyond duty once again to help tell the inspiring stories of these great women who helped shape our region.”