Renaissance caps and hoods fashion. 16th century costume history.

Renaissance Capes, hoods design. Coiffes, capuchins de la Renaissance. 16th century fashion history.

Capes, hoods. Coiffes, capuchins

Renaissance caps and hoods fashion.

  1. Maroon coat lined with beaver fur. Sleeves and collar trimmed with gold colored fox fur. Adorned with a jewelry brooch (1572).
  2. A Renaissance mannequin wearing a black coat over a orange, red embroidered dress.
  3. Coat during the time of King Charles VIII (1498). Red embroidery on yellow ground, lined with ermine fur. Under the coat she wears a white dress, as headgear an ermine fur beret, decorated with a long red feather.
  4. Brown coat, lined with black fur (1572).
  5. Francis III, Duke of Brittany (1536). Navy blue jacket with long sleeves, white collar and elaborate gold embroidery, the inside is lined with purple fur.
  6. Pale blue coat, trimmed with dark fur by Jacques Bastard of Vendôme* (1524). The slit sleeves are decorated with gold buttons. (* Jacques, Governor of Valois (1455 – 1524), father of Catherine de Bourbon, paternal grandmother of Gabrielle d’Estrées, mistress of Henry IV of France.)
  7. Jacques Ricard de Genouillac, called Galiot de Genouillac (French diplomat and warlord, grand master of the artillery of France, Governor of Languedoc.). Royal blue blue coat lined with black beaver fur.
  8. Dame Lorraine in purple colored and black coat with white fluted bezel, gold dots on the sleeves and embroidered with gray flowers. A golden necklace.
  9. Waistband with knotted loop and rosary made ​​of boxwood.

Coiffes, capuchins. Les Modes de la Renaissance de l’an 1461 à l’an 1574.

L’Histoire du Costume Féminin Français. Les Modes de la Renaissance de l’an 1461 à l’an 1574. Paul Louis Victor de Giafferri. 

  1. Manteau fourré brun châtaigne, fourrure de castor à l’intérieur, renard fauve aux manches et au col. Agrafe de joaillerie (1572).
  2. Poupée Renaissance. Manteau noir, robe orangée brodée.
  3. Manteau sous Charles VIII (1498). Fond jaune, broderies brique, doublé d’hermine. Robe blanche. Béret d’hermine, plume rouge.
  4. Manteau marron, bordé noir (1572).
  5. François, dauphin de Viennois (1536), manteau broderie or sur fond bleu marine aux manches et gilet. Le fond du manteau est violet vif.
  6. Manteau lilas clair, bordé d’une fourrure sombre, à Jacques Bastard de Vendôme (1524). A la manche, boutons en or.
  7. Jacques de Genouillac (1517). Manteau bleu de roy, fourrure de castor.
  8. Dame de Lorraine, manteau mauve et noir, fleurs grises, collier en or, pois or sur les manches. Collerette tuyautée.
  9. Nœud de ceinture en ruban à chapelet en perles de buis.

Read more: L’Histoire du Costume Féminin Français. Paul Louis Victor de Giafferri.

  1. The Modes of the Middle Ages. 11th to 15th century. Les Modes du Moyen Age de l’an 1037 à l’an 1461.
  2. Fashion of the Renaissance from 1461 to 1574. Les Modes de la Renaissance de l’an 1461 à l’an 1574.
  3. Fashion under Louis XIV 1643-1715. Les Modes sous Louis XIV 1643-1715.
  4. Fashion under Louis XV from 1715 to 1774. Les Modes sous Louis XV 1715−1774.
  5. Fashion under Louis XVI 1774 to 1789. Les Modes sous Louis XVI 1774−1789.
  6. The Modes under the Revolution 1792 to 1799. Les Modes sous la revolution 1792 – 1799.
  7. French Fashion of the Second Empire 1852 to 1870. Les modes du second empire 1852 a 1870.

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