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Reign of Henry II. 16th century fashion.

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Renaissance fashion. Henri II. 16th century costumes. Nobility court dress.

Fashion under the Reign of Henri II. 1547 TO 1558.

Fashion under the Reign of Henry II. 1547 TO 1558.

(Renaissance fashion period)
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Lady from the time of Louis XI., 15th century clothing.

Medieval dress. Burgundian gothic costume. 15th century clothing and fashion

Lady from the time of Louis XI

 

Lady from the time of Louis XI  (1423-1483), 15th century clothing.

Late medieval Burgundian gothic period costume. Louis XI. – With a clear view of its political benefits, while often favored by fortune – was a forerunner of royal absolutism and centralism in France.

Costumes historiques de ville ou de théatre et travestissements. Author: Achille Devéria and José Domínguez Bécquer. Publisher Paris: Goupil et Vibert 1831. Publisher London: Charles Tilt 1839. Printed by: Lemercier & Cie.

French noblewoman costume in 14th century.

French Noblewoman. 14th century clothing. Middle ages costumes. gothic dress. Burgundy fashion era.

French Noblewoman costume in 1350

French Noblewoman in 1350.

Court of the French King Jean II. (frz. Jean II. le Bon; 1319-1364).

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The Spanish fashion in 16th century.

Spanish Renaissance costumes. Spanish fashion and court dress. Costume Design ideas and research

French Nobility in 1570.

Spanish fashion at the French court in 1570

French nobility in court dress, 16th century. Renaissance era.

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The Spanish fashion. Nobility in court dresses, 1570.

Spanish Baroque and Renaissance costumes. The Spanish fashion and court dress. Costume Designer ideas and research

Spanish Nobility in 1570.

The Spanish fashion. Nobility in court dresses, 1570.

Time of the late Renaissance, the Thirty Years War, marked by the Counter-Reformation, with the associated dominance of the Spanish Baroque. Beret, cutlasses, buckled shoes, crinoline (Verdugado), ruff, gold and silver brocade.

Spanish costumes nobility, men`s court dress.

The men wears a typical element of the Spanish fashion, the short, loose-fitting cloak, called the Spanish cape with large collar. This was not buttoned and was loose over her shoulders.
This he wears a waist-length jacket, camisole, which was named after its final form “goose belly”. It is closed by a central row of buttons. It was padded and formed beads on the sleeves. The sleeve cuffs are finished of frills. The slit harem pants has a high waist and is, like the quilted jacket and produced a wide hip. This he wears buckled shoes and stockings. The high cap is decorated with silk ribbon and feather. Gloves, beard, and a long rapier perfect the equipment.

Spanish costumes nobility, woman`s court dress.

The clothes of the woman meets the men’s. A stiff corset bodice with drop waist. The narrow sleeves and collar are also completed by ruffles cuffs. The slotted sleeves with long cloth ribbons, which look like a throwback to the Burgundian fashion of Houppelande. The style is worn high, given the limited range of motion. The skirt, Verdugado, forerunner of the crinoline is floor length and richly ornamented. At the end of the 16th century was that, having regard as pictured here, through a framework of whalebone and iron. In her hand she holds a fan made of feathers. Jewelry serves as a valuable, simple necklace.
Under the skirt, several stiff petticoats were worn in linen, who were usually also richly embroidered. The Shiloette is a cone.
The shoes, called Kothurne, were made of wood or cork allowed the only reduced movements. The collar is decorated with fine lace, and is now, with both costumes, worn as a stand alone decorative element. The hair is styled smooth and is studded with precious diadems.

German Citizens in Gothic fashion. 15th century costumes.

15th century costumes. German Medieval clothing. Gothic fashion. German citizens dresses.

German Citizens, 1480

German Citizens in 1480. Gothic fashion period, 15th century.

The man is dressed in the typical dandy fashion, late Gothic dress. He wears a beret with a large feather, a pleated shirt with sash provided, plus a close-fitting trousers (Miparti), belted at the waist. Toed shoes, Poulines,  with a long narrow tip. Over his shoulder he wears a coat that is held together on the right shoulder.
Her headdress is a heart-shaped Hennin with veil. The dress is close fitting top with deep front and back clipping. It is belted at the waist. Through the length of it is worn gathered

 

Medieval fashion history. Reign of Charles VI and Charles VII

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Medieval costumes, Middle ages fashion history, 14th, 15th century fashion. Burgundian, Burgundy clothing, Hennin.

French Fashion 1380-1461

Reign of Charles VI and Charles VII. 1380 to 1461.

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Taste in dress becomes purer – Heartshaped head-covering, the “cornette,” and the “hennin ” in the reign of Charles VI – Husbands complain – Preachers denounce – Thomas Connecte declaims against the diabolic invention – Brother Richard tries to reform it – The “hennin” gains the victory – Costume of Jeanne de Bourbon – “Escoffion” – An absurd figure – Gravouère – Isabeau de Bavière – Gorgiasetès – Tripes – Splendour of the court – Agnes Sorel – “Coiffe adournée”; diamonds; the carcan – Walkingsticks. Continue reading

Renaissance Fashion German Nobility, 15th Century.

Renaissance Fashion Women`s Costume, German Nobility Dresses, Court Dress, 15th Century. Chemisse, Gamurra, Cotta, Cioppa,

German Nobility in 1450.

Renaissance Fashion. Women`s Costume of German Nobility, 1450, 15th Century.

The left figure shows an unmarried woman, which is characterized by their uncovered hair. Her long hair is braided in some cases, combined with false hair pieces and decorated with a wreath of flowers.
Both women are wearing the round-cut cotta, or Gamurra with long, lush ornamental sleeves. The Gamurra was closely fitted top and highlighted the figure of the woman. The section was mostly kept around. The sleeves were richly decorated and fanciful, usually sewn only slightly and could be replaced. As material precious materials were used. Furs from Russia could be introduced by the brisk trade, the Italian textile manufacturers, provided the highest quality fabrics such as satin, gold-embroidered brocade, bright silks and velvets, patterned as a novelty. The movement, in such clothes, was slow and stylized. The colors dominated greens, reds and yellows.
Strengthened by the bourgeoisie in the cities of the Middle Ages, with its guilds, a sophisticated tailors’ guild was formed, which dominated the fashion required for this narrow, body-hugging cut.
Under the Gamurra dress the woman wore the loose-fitting Chemisse that set by the wide sleeves and round decorative cutouts, bright points and gave the richly decorated dress additional visual complexity. Popular were the embroidery of seams, especially at the neckline, different colors emerged.

Over the Camurra they carry Cioppa, a robe with ornate hem in bright, clear colors. The Cioppa worn belted high, with long sleeves and trim is made of a train. It is on this figure, the clothes edge, occupied houppelande, a fashionable decoration of the Middle Ages.
The right-married woman wears a head covering the sella, with a long veil.