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

Manches. La mode Louis XV. Costumes de rococo. 18 vêtements de siècle.
Manches.

Rococo sleeves. 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. Manches – Planche 8.

  1. Manche serrée, avec ballon à l’épaule.
  2. Manche en drap, bordée de galon, ouverte sur une sous-manche de lingerie rattachée par un flot de ruban.
  3. Manche en velours bleu, ornée de castor, avec rubans formant ballon au coude.
  4. Manche de manteau en drap bleu foncé, large revers droit fil.
  5. Manteau broché rouge et blanc, larges revers aux manches, brodés bleu.
  6. Manche de manteau en drap, la manche de la robe s’échappe en un volant ‘de linon froncé.
  7. Large manche de mante, en taffetas brun.
  8. Manchon de velours bordé de petit gris.
  9. Manche de satin bleu, s’ouvrant sur une manche de mousseline blanche bouffante empesée.

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

Note:  Ballroom dresses in 1762. Rococo costumes of Paris.

Associated to:

  1. Reigns of Henri IV. and Louis XIII. 1589 to 1643.
  2. Reign of Louis XIV. 1643 to 1715
  3. Reign of Louis XV. 1715 to 1774.
  4. Reign of Louis XVI. 1774 to 1780. The influence of Marie Antoinette on fashion.
  5. Reign of Louis XVI. 1780 to 1789.
  6. The Coronation Banquet of Louis XV at Reims.
  7. Fashion and costume in the eighteenth century.
  8. The Farthingale. Fashion during the reign of Louis XV.
  9. Madame de Pompadour. Her political power and general influence.
  10. The Entry of Louis XIV and Maria Theresa into Arras 1667.
  11. English style in the Reign of Louis XIV
  12. The Corset and the Crinolin fashion history
  13. Italian Lace History. Reference List of Italian Laces.
  14. Collection of antique fabric design.
  15. Fabric terms dictionary from A to Z
  16. Historic hairstyles from Ancient times to the Empire.
  17. On the history of costumes. From Ancient to the 19th century
  18. Ladies hat styles from 1776-1790 by Rose Bertin.
  19. The Salons of Paris before the French Revolution 1786-1789.
  20. The Evolution of Modern Feminine Fashion 1786.
  21. Caraco a´la francaise in 1786.
  22. Fashion in Paris and London, 1780 to 1788.
  23. The French Republic. Fashion under the French Revolution 1789 to 1804.
  24. The Execution of Marie-Antoinette. The French Revolution.
  25. The Execution of Louis XVI. French Revolution.
  26. The creation of the Directory.
  27. Les Incroyables et Merveilleuses. French directoire fashion era.
  28. The Gallery of Fashion. England Georgian, Regency fashion.
  29. Reign of Napoleon I. 1804 to 1814.
  30. Fashion History France. On the history of costumes.


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