The balls à la victim (The Victim’s Ball). Dances everywhere after the 9th Thermidor. New social order of things in Paris. Metamorphosis of French feminine character.
Venetian women’s and men’s lives with the sermons’ procession. Lordship and other details, i.e. triumphs feasts and public ceremonies of the noble city of Venetia.
German Nobility. Renaissance. The history of costumes.
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Knight in armor and noble wife in Germany 1450.
Renaissance fashion of German patricians. On the history of costumes. First third of the XVI century.
German patricians. Renaissance fashion in 1530. Costumes of the 16th century. Münchener Bilderbogen.
LE STYLE PARISIEN, 1916. COSTUMES TROTTEURS. Modèls de Worth, Cheruit, Dœuillet.
Modèls de Élégances Parisiennes. MANTEAUX DU SOIR 1917. Broderies de Schiller.
Les Élégances Parisiennes 1917. LES CHAPEAUX GARNIS DE RUBANS. MODÈLS D’ EVELYNE VARON.
Carolingian, Capetian period. Variety of costume. Women in the twelfth century. Emblazoned gowns. The bliaud. Pelisses. The cotte-hardie.