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Medieval gothic era. The clothes in the Middle Ages reflected the place of the person dressed in the medieval estate system of Christian Europe again. The color choice was a distinguishing factor between the estates. In the Gothic clothing became increasingly elaborate. The fashions of the early, high and late Gothic differ very much from each other. At the beginning of the early Gothic in the 13th century, the male fashion of female approaches sharply. Both sexes have long outerwear in the form of a so-called Cotte. It predominates initially seem a little form-fitting fashion, showing essentially towering, slim body – a common ground with the gothic architecture.

John Viscount Beaumont K.G. Earl of Boulogne.

ohn Viscount Beaumont K.G. Earl of Boulogne. 15th century fashion. Middle ages costumes

Courtier of the reign of King Henry VI. supposed to represent John Viscount Beaumont K.G. Earl of Boulogne. Constable and Lord High Chamberlain of England

John Viscount Beaumont K.G. Earl of Boulogne 1430.

Courtier of the reign of King Henry VI. supposed to represent John Viscount Beaumont K.G. Earl of Boulogne. Constable and Lord High Chamberlain of England.

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Sir William Beauchamp. 1st Baron Bergavenny. 14th century

Sir William Beauchamp. 14th century costume. England history.

Sir William Beauchamp (c. 1343 – 1411). 1st Baron Bergavenny, KG. Captain of Calais. Custos of the County of Pembroke in 1392.

Sir William Beauchamp (c. 1343 – 1411).

1st Baron Bergavenny, KG. Captain of Calais. Custos of the County of Pembroke in 1392.

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Burgundian type portrait with characteristic headgear.

Burgundian turban headgear. 15th century fashion. Gothic costumes

Burgundian characteristic headgear 1460 – 1500

Burgundian type portrait of the 15th century.

Burgundian characteristic headgear 1460 – 1500.

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