France. 18th century. The Casaquin, pet-en-l’air or Caraco. Costumes of the nobility. The bourgeoisie and the lower classes under Louis XV. Historical figures and fashion types.
Renaissance. Italian and Dutch types. Female fashions in the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries. The coloring of the hair in Venice.
Victorian Era. Shoemaker’s craft. The cordonnier artist (shoemaker, cobbler) has apparently considered his lines as carefully as the best of yacht builders.
Shoe fashion with high heels and rococo costumes. Lady and cook of this period in French costume. Female costumes from the 2nd half of the 18th century.
French styles of the Baroque and Rococo in the 18th century. Wigs and hats. Principles of the French-Italian Riding School. The most popular colours for horses.
La Nymphe galante dont le port est majestueux, noble et fier, courant avec tranquilité, au Palais Royal, les hazards auxquels sont exposées les personnes de son sexe; elle a un bonnet à la Richard, corset rayé, d’une robe à la Chinoise, retroussée.
Reception hall of Boughton-Malherbe, County of Kent at the time of Elisabeth 1573. English Renaissance. Tudor period.
Germany 17th and 18th century. Fashions of the day: Beard, hair and wigs. Historical figures. Clergymen, statesmen and warriors.
Italy 16th century. Female costumes, Hairstyles and Headgear at the time of the Renaissance. Italian fashion of the 16th century.
Women with paniers. The origin of these skirts. The panier was in fashion until the last years of kingship. The bourgeois classes. The luxury dress of men consisted of the Justaucorps, waistcoat and the leg dresses.