The clothing in this period reflects more on the very style of the Burgundian fashion.
Medieval court etiquette. The lady of the castle. 15th century. Étiquette de la cour médiévale.
Taste in dress becomes purer – Heart-shaped head-covering, the “cornette,” and the “hennin ” in the reign of Charles VI – Husbands complain – Preachers denounce – Thomas Connecte declaims against the diabolic invention – Brother Richard tries to reform it – The “hennin” gains the victory – Costume of Jeanne de Bourbon – “Escoffion” – An absurd figure – Gravouère – Isabeau de Bavière – Gorgiasetès – Tripes – Splendour of the court – Agnes Sorel – “Coiffe adournée”; diamonds; the carcan – Walkingsticks.
Italian noblewoman. Burgundy fashion era. Medieval 13th century clothing. Here hair is confined by a net called a crespine or crespinette. She wears a headwear, the white colored barbette with veil (Still seen on… Read More
Burgundy fashion 15th century. France nobility, 1480. Figure of the Burgundy fashion. The Burgundy fashion lasted throughout the 15th century until the fall of the country as a result of the Burgundy… Read More
The woman wears a tight-fitting bodice, furthermore the pleated Chiopa with wide cap sleeves.
The States of Languedoc – A young French lady in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries – Low dresses – Saying of a mercer – Damoiselles – Garnaches and garde-corps – Le Parement des dames – Social distinctions – High character is worth more than gilded belt – Precious stones – The castles and other dwellings of the middle ages – Splendid furniture – Humble abodes of the poor – Evening assemblies.
Knight in armor and noble wife in Germany 1450. Burgundy fashion era, Late Middle Ages. Gothic 15th century clothing . Source: Münchener Bilderbogen
Middle Ages fashion history in Germany. Dress of the citizen, peasants and nobility.