German and French Empire fashion. Regency period. First third of the 19th Century.
Top row left to right: German and French fashion. Costumes of 1809 bis 1812. Right: German and French fashion. Costumes of the years 1802 1803 and 1804.
Bottom row left to right: German and French fashion. Costumes of 1802 bis 1804. Right: German and French fashion. Costumes of 1808 and 1809. Empire style.
Top row left: Women in spencer. Right: Lady in a ball gown, 1805. Lady with cylinder hat.
Bottom row left: Lady in Dronissete. Lady in Robe. Right: German court dress. Man in Carrick (Coachman coat. The actor David Garrick let himself customize this jacket in the 18th century as the first: many, superimposed pelerines should protect the English landed gentry, and later manorial coachman from rain and moisture.).
French and German Fashion. Last third of the 18th Century.
Top row left to right: French Fashion in 1780. Right: German costume of Werther time. (The literary movement of storm und urge to you, triggered by the epistolary novel – The Sorrows of Young Werther by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
Bottom row left to right: French Revolution fashion. Incroyables and Merveilleuses of the Year in 1794. Right: German Biedermeier fashion early 1800’s.
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