German costume history. Middle ages. Women fashion of the 15th century. The fashions that prevailed at the end of the 14th century were still in vogue at the beginning of the… Read More
Traditional Saxony national costume 1843. Peasant Woman from Wenden and Altenburg. Saxony. Paysan de Wenden et Femme d’Altenbourg. Saxe. Gallery: Manners, customs and costumes of all peoples of the world, based on… Read More
Traditional Black Forest folk costumes 1843. Man and Woman of the Black Forest. Grand Duchy of Baden. Homme et Femme de la Foret-Noire. Grand-duché de Baden. Gallery: Manners, customs and costumes of… Read More
Men and women from around Ulm, Baden Wurttemberg (Swabia). Traditional German folk costumes in 1843. Woman and man in the Swabian Sunday costume of Ulm, on the way to the… Read More
Traditional Bavarian folk costumes 1840. Man and Woman from Schliersee, Bavaria 1840. Homme et Femme du Schliersee. Bavière. Gallery: Manners, customs and costumes of all peoples of the world, based on authentic… Read More
Louis XVI fashion 1770-1795. Werther costume. 445. Short-waisted, double-breasted red coat, waistcoat cut square, two watch chains, 1790. 446. Striped dress and high-crowned straw hat with ostrich feather, 1790. 447.… Read More
Round-stitched lace for a tablecloth from Silesia. Lace schools of Princess Mary of Plebs. Hirschberg in Silesia 1915.
Spring suit of brocaded wool. Le costume moderne. Journal illustré de modes.
Designs for jacket dresses By Mrs. Irma Firle Munich 1917.
House dresses by Mrs. Lilli Terstegen Munich 1917. House dresses in wool muslin and velvet jacket.