Alessandro Allori: "Maria de’ Medici", c.1555.

Alessandro Allori (Florence, 31 May 1535 – 22 September Maria de’ Medici, - detail. Marie de' Medici was Queen of France as the second wife of King Henry IV of France, of the House of Bourbon.

La Tenture de la vie Seigneuriale” (scenes from lordly life), to the early 16th Century, approximately 1500-1520. This figure is from the tapestry known as “La Promenade” (the walk).

Promenade Gown

French Tapestry “La Tenture de la vie Seigneuriale” (scenes from lordly life), to the early Century, approximately This figure is from the tapestry known as “La Promenade” (the walk).

Hair covering and stripes -   Beatrice d'Este's Dress as Depicted in the Pala Sforzesca, Milan  (c. 1496-97)

Inspiration for Spanish dress- Hair covering and stripes - Beatrice d'Este's Dress as Depicted in the Pala Sforzesca, Milan (c.

Bronzino - Lucrezia di Cosimo de' Medici (~1560)

I love this gown and cote. 1560 Lucrezia di Cosimo de' Medici by Agnolo Bronzino (North Carolina Museum of Art - Raleigh, North Carolina USA)

historical portrait | Trystan's Costume Closet - pink Venetian zimarra (loose overgown)  Portrait of a lady by Parrasio Micheli

Trystan's Costume Closet - pink Venetian zimarra (loose overgown) Portrait of a lady by Parrasio Micheli

Unknown: Portrait of a Florentine Noblewoman, 1540's San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego --If I create a later persona, I'd love to make a dress like this!

Janna Tyrell myaloysius: Unknown Florentine Noblewoman Agnolo Bronzino, 1540 - thought to be a cousin of Eleanor Toledo

titian's beautiful woman

A 1530s Italian Fashionista Comes Clean, Takes Tour

Italian gown, love the tiny dog and the coat,

Venetian Province of Verona, Republic of Venice Domenico Riccio (Il Brusasorci), before Portrait of a Lady

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