Robes. Les modes du Moyen Age. Costume féminin français.

Robes, modes, Moyen Age, Costume, français
Robes. L’Histoire du Costume Feminin Francais. Les Modes du Moyen Age de l’an 1037 à l’an 1461.

L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les modes du Moyen Age, de l’an 1037 à l’an 1461. Robes. – Planche 2.

  1. Cotte hardie, Th. de Rousmer (1264). Larges emmanchures, Perse bleu foncé, boutons jaunes.
  2. Princesse (1000), robe verte, bordée d’un galon de passementerie or, la sous-jupe et la manche ajustée en brocart rouge ainsi que la coiffure également bordée d’un galon or, voile blanc.
  3. Dame noble (1100), robe rayée vert et rouge, ceinture d’or, sous-jupe violet avec motifs noirs. Voile châtaigne et pierreries.
  4. Houppelande avec chaperon (1372). Rouge, doublure gris perle. Robe bleue.
  5. Manteau d’Agnès de Méranie, gris doublé d’hermine, attache en cuir, robe violette (1223).
  6. Femme élégante sous Charles VIII (1483), franges de poil de chèvre comme garniture. Robe vert foncé.
  7. Pelicon, manteau d’après-midi Michelle Papelart, bourgeoise de Châlons (1258), teinte marron.
  8. Renaud de Saint Vincent (1260). Manteau à panneau devant. Capulet bleu, manteau gris.
  9. Noble dame sous Charlemagne (768). Robe violet clair, ceinture de joaillerie, broderies de couleur. Bordure de fourrure au décolleté et aux manches.
  10. Robe (1142), rose, broderie or, en dessous chemise blanche.
  11. Barmière armoiriée de la Communauté des marchands tisserands de la Ville de Paris fond bleu cobalt, navette blanche et noire.

Source: Les modes du Moyen Âge, de l’an 1037 à l’an 1461.

Illustration, damasks, ornament


Note:  Jupes. Les modes du second empire. Costume féminin français.

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