Judith was keeping good company when she wore the designs of Leon Bakst. Bakst had been the set and costume designer for Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes until 1822, responsible for gems like Cleopatra (1909), Scheherazade (1910), Carnaval (1910), Narcisse (1911), Le Spectre de la Rose (1911), and Daphnis et Chloe (1912). He left Russia for France and teamed with Henri Bernstein in the designs for the 1922 production of Judith.
The play was apparently a success, although it is difficult to find information. The one article I could find appeared in Science Magazine (yes, a little odd), indicating the proceeds of a performance were donated to French Confederation of Scientific Societies.
This article does give one new piece of information: who played the title role. “Mme Simone” was Simone le Bargy, an actress who had worked with Bernstein on numerous productions. she was famous enough to be billed as simply “Simone”.
But somehow I have trouble imagining her in this costume. Reminds me of something more likely to be worn by another one-name wonder, “Cher.”