Bonnette Turban en 1787. Continue reading
Chapeau à la Chinoise 1787.
Bonnette du Matin 1787.
Chapeau à la tartare 1787.
Costumes de femmes Demi-Négligé en 1787.
Chapeau Bateau Renverse en 1787.
Cinq Mars and De Thou led to Execution.
HENRY D’EFFIAT, marquis de Cinq Mars, was a member of a noble French family. Born in 1620, he was made grand equerry of France when only nineteen. For some time he was a royal favorite, but Richelieu took a dislike to the young man and employed means for his downfall. He was accused of conspiring against Louis XIII., and, with his friend De Thou, was executed in 1642. Continue reading
Marie Mancini mistress of the French King Louis XIV.
Marie Mancini (1639 -1715) was one of the Mazarinettes and mistress of the French King Louis XIV.
Jeune Dame vêtue d’une Robe à la Circassienne 1775.
Fashion in the Reign of Louis XV. 1715 to 1774.
The Regency — War is declared against paniers — The Oratorian Duguet — Opinion of the “Journal de Verdun” — Various publications against paniers — Lines by Voltaire — Whale-fishery company — Paragraph from the “Journal de Barbier” — Mmes. Jaucourt, De Seine, Dlisle, Clairon, and Hus — Lines in praise of corsets — New bodices — Coloured prints are forbidden — “Perses” or “Persiennes” — Bagnolette – Adjuncts of dress: necklaces, ridicules, and poupottes—Contents of a patch-box — A sermon by Massillon – Les mouches de Massillon, or Massillon’s patches — Filles de Mode, Fashion-girls — Some passing fashions—Powder remains in fashion — “Monte-au-ciel” — Simply made gowns — The first cachemire.