Fashion at the end of the 17th and early 18th century.

Baroque Fashion 17th, 18th Century. Hedwig Sophie, Princess of Sweden, Duchess of Holstein. Françoise Marie de Bourbon, Duchess of Orleans. Palace Guard. Louis XV. Maria Anna of Bavaria. Elisabeth of Brunswick. Duchess of Portsmouth.
Fashion end of the 17th and early 18th century.

Fashion end of the 17th and early 18th Century.

Top row left: court dress of Françoise Marie de Bourbon, Duchess of Orleans, 1702. Palace Guard, called la manche, under Louis XV. of France, 1724.

Top right: Marie Anna of Bavaria as Crown Princess of France. Court costume 1679. Young elegant man in 1670.

Bottom row left: Hedwig Sophie, Princess of Sweden, Duchess of Holstein in 1700. Elisabeth of Brunswick 1707.

Bottom right: Duchess of Portsmouth 1694. (Miss of Keroul). Maria Anna of Bavaria 1694. French palace guard in 1670.

Source: On the history of costumes. Münchener Bilderbogen. Edited by Braun and Schneider 1860.

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