Habit en surtout à brandebourg 1780.


Habit en surtout à brandebourg 1780

Habit en surtout à brandebourg 1780.

Cet homme est vêtu d’un habit en surtout à brandebourg de camelot de foie double de martre, veste de drap d’or à bordure, doublé de pluche de soie blanche, culotte de velours, il porte des sandales par dessus fes souliers.

Source: 1er Cahier de la Collection d’habillements modernes et galants avec les habillements des princes et seigneurs. Paris 1780. Dessiné par Claude-Louis Desrais; Gravé par Martial Deny; Carl de Vinck. Éditeur et marchand, André Basset. Published in the Galerie des modes et costumes français, by Jacques Esnault and Michel Rapilly.

Associated to French fashion history:

  1. Ladies hat styles from 1776-1790 by Rose Bertin.
  2. The Salons of Paris before the French Revolution 1786-1789.
  3. The Evolution of Modern Feminine Fashion 1786.
  4. Caraco a´la francaise in 1786.
  5. Fashion in Paris and London, 1780 to 1788.
  6. Reign of Louis XIV. 1643 to 1715.
  7. Reign of Louis XV. 1715 to 1774.
  8. Reign of Louis XVI. 1774 to 1780.
  9. Reign of Louis XVI., 1780 to 1789.
  10. The French Republic 1789 to 1804.
  11. Reign of Napoleon I. 1804 to 1814.
Note:  The hoop skirt and its development within the history of costumes.

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