La mode du rococo. Étoffes. Les modes sous Louis XV.

Rococo, Étoffes, Mode, Louis XV, Costumes,

Rococo fabrics design. Louis XV fashion history from 1715 to 1774.

L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les modes sous Louis XV 1715-1774. La Mode du Rococo. Étoffes. – Planche 10.

  1. Taffetas rayé, jaune, bleu et jaune, filet noir.
  2. Taffetas rayé jaune et violet.
  3. Taffetas fond noir, coloris bleu, orange et rose vert clair et foncé, vieux rose et rose pâle.
  4. Ruban à l’écumoire 1735, fond groseille, broderie au passé blanche.
  5. Taffetas rayé vieux rose et bleu roy.
  6. Tissu broché feuilles vert et jaune.
  7. Tissu satin blanc, coloris jaune et marron.
  8. Autre ruban à l’écumoire fond mauve figures géométriques, vertes, bleues, jaunes, rouges, grange, filet argent.
  9. Costume d’après un travesti de l’époque, robe bleue, sous-jupe violet, manteau rouge, col bleu et galon or. Turban jaune or et bleu. 10. Tissu vert et rouge, sur fond blanc.
  10. Ruban à la Cocque (1730), fond blanc, rayures roses, ronds rose soutenu.
  11. Ruban « polonais » (1733), couronne or, lettres rouges et vertes, fond argent.
  12. Ruban marron et bleu, picot vert et marron.
  13. Fond lamé or et rouge (1733).
  14. Tissu violet sur fond blanc.
  15. Tissu fond grenat foncé, motifs du rouge foncé au vieux rose. Feuillage vert.
  16. Etoffe française à la manière des Indes (1728), fond ivoire fleurs mauve et marron.

Read more: L’Histoire du Costume Féminin Français. Paul Louis Victor de Giafferri.

Note:  Robes. Les modes sous Louis XVI. La mode du rococo.

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