The years were already taking their toll, and one of her former admirers remarked that Louise “remained only stuffed with hay and put behind glass like a stuffed animal.” With money, too, it became tight and the Marquise sold all her property and luxury goods. But she squandered these funds in a few years and got into debt. At the end of her life, already aged, with strong addictions and a shattered psyche, no one needed her. The only person who did not leave her was her daughter Christina. All her life, her mother did not pay any attention to her, but Christina forgave the eccentric marquise and sheltered her in her house in London.
Louise remained true to herself there and continued her studies in the occult. And she died of a stroke right at the séance table. She was quickly forgotten, but after half a century, the fashion houses Givenchy, Dior, Chanel and Armani dedicated their clothing collections to the Marquise.
So even after the death of Louise Casati, she was still able to shine once more in the newspaper headlines.