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1600-1699 French gaming purse Red Velvet, Centre, Century, 17th Century, Museum Collection, Objects, Collection, Quatrefoil, Taffeta
1600-1699 French gaming purse
Charles Beaubrun, Portrait of Queen Maria Theresa of France, as patron of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris (details)  17th century Victorian Dress, Quick Saves
Charles Beaubrun, Portrait of Queen Maria Theresa of France, as patron of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris (details) 17th century
an old fashion illustration of a man in orange and blue clothing with long hair, holding a cane
Louis XIV fashion. Chevalier with allonge wig, 1700.
Chevalier with allonge wig in the Reign of Louis XIV, 1700.
The ladies in this picture are all wearing frontages. A frontage is a tall stiff headdress worn by women during the Baroque period. The headdress has stiffened frills with ribbon loops in the back. Suits, Baroque, Costumes, Rococo, Ballet, Historical Dresses, 18th Century Fashion, 17th Century Fashion
The Baroque Period in all its Grandiloquence
The ladies in this picture are all wearing frontages. A frontage is a tall stiff headdress worn by women during the Baroque period. The headdress has stiffened frills with ribbon loops in the back.
Mantua Date: late 17th century Culture: British Medium: wool, metal thread Dimensions: Height: 55 in. (139.7 cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1933 Accession Number: 33.54a, b York, Vintage Fashion, Design, British, Baroque Fashion, Piece Dress, Museum Of Art
Mantua | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Mantua Date: late 17th century Culture: British Medium: wool, metal thread Dimensions: Height: 55 in. (139.7 cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1933 Accession Number: 33.54a, b
1684 Anne Marie d'Orléans while Duchess of Savoy by L. Mariette Vintage, Lady, Duchess
1684 Anne Marie d'Orléans while Duchess of Savoy by L. Mariette | Grand Ladies
1684 Anne Marie d'Orléans while Duchess of Savoy by L. Mariette
"Portrait of an Unknown Lady" (1671) (detail) by Pieter Nason (c. 1612-1688). Art, Portrait, Vintage Illustrations, Renaissance Art, A Lady
The Enchanted Garden
"Portrait of an Unknown Lady" (1671) (detail) by Pieter Nason (c. 1612-1688).
Ninya Mikhaila - Historical Costumier Outfits, Historical Costume, 1700s Dress, 16th Century Fashion
Historical Costumier
Ninya Mikhaila - Historical Costumier
The preparation of a Fontange hairstyle Couture, Vintage Ladies, Victorian Women, Fashion Terms, Die
Die Herstellung einer Fontange-Frisur
The preparation of a Fontange hairstyle
Reproduction historical hairstyles from the Bayerisches Theaterakademie Hairstyle, Haar, Chignon, Pixie, Peinados, Wigs, Capelli, Historical Hairstyles, Coiffure Facile
Em The History Girl
Reproduction historical hairstyles from the Bayerisches Theaterakademie
Réalisation de l’atelier du Griffon. Bordeaux, 18th Century Hair, Baroque Dress, Rococo Fashion
La coiffure à la Fontange, de quoi prendre de la hauteur…
Réalisation de l’atelier du Griffon.
1690 outfit Clothing made by Costume Design students at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome in 2010. Tutor Luca Costigliolo 18th Century Costume, 17th Century Dress, Costume Design
Team - The School of Historical Dress
1690 outfit Clothing made by Costume Design students at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome in 2010. Tutor Luca Costigliolo
Dress (Mantua), British, c 1708. silk. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Vogue, Museums, Antique Dress, Georgian
Mantua | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Dress (Mantua), British, c 1708. silk. Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Mantua, ca. 1708 English Bizarre silk in salmon-pink damask with floral and foliate pattern brocaded with polychrome silk and gold metallic... Inspiration, Fashion, Robe, Costume
Mantua | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Mantua, ca. 1708 English Bizarre silk in salmon-pink damask with floral and foliate pattern brocaded with polychrome silk and gold metallic...
Originally an informal style, and banned for its informality from the French court by Louis XIV, the mantua gradually became acceptable as formal dress and remained a popular choice for court dress in England until the mid-century. Its popularity was such that dressmakers were referred to as mantua-makers. Clothes, Medieval, Silk
Mantua | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Originally an informal style, and banned for its informality from the French court by Louis XIV, the mantua gradually became acceptable as formal dress and remained a popular choice for court dress in England until the mid-century. Its popularity was such that dressmakers were referred to as mantua-makers.