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    • French masquerade gown, 1914

    • Bows (Ribbon work); Clothing and dress; Dresses; Flowers; Hair ornaments; Hairstyles; Necklaces; Ribbons; Roses; Sleeves; Stripes; Wigs; Bodices
    • This Parisian Costume entitled "Manon" of 1914 was designed by artist H. Robert Dammy in the late eighteenth-century style of the court of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. The costume, meant to be worn at a masquerade ball, has a rose motif. The...
    • Girls and boys, 1834

    • Bodices; Boots; Bows (Ribbon work); Boys' clothing; Bracelets; Braid; Brocade; Buttons; Clothing and dress; Columns; Cuffs (Clothing); Dresses; Feathers; Girls' clothing; Hairstyles; Hats; Lace and lace making; Plaid; Pleats (Sewing); Ribbons;...
    • Four adolescents and four children display their elegant French fashions for 1834. The first boy, who leans back against a neoclassical pedestal, wears white lace-trimmed pantalettes and a white blouse with a short ruffled collar. Over these, he...
    • Court dress, reign of Henri IV, 1600

    • Clothing and dress; Color in clothing; Cuffs (Clothing); Earrings; Fans; Gloves; Headgear; Lace and lace making; Necklaces; Pearls; Sleeves; Women's clothing; Bodices;
    • A woman in the clothing of the court of King Henry IV. She wears a gold tiara at the crown of her head and she wears strands of pearls in her hair. She wears pearl earrings and a double-strand pearl necklace with a pendant. The standing collar of...
    • Paris fashions, 1846

    • Bows (Ribbon work); Buttons; Chairs; Cloaks; Clothing and dress; Collars; Dresses; Draperies; Feathers; Flowers; Girls' clothing; Gloves; Hairstyles; Hats; Lace and lace making; Parasols; Ribbons; Roses; Scrolls; Shoes; Stripes; Tables; Wheat;...
    • A woman and two children stand in a well-appointed parlor. The older girl, who leans against the arm of a blue-striped silk upholstered chair, wears a blue redingote fastened with buttons to the waist. Her white elaborately-embroidered dress, with...
    • French family group, 1857

    • Berries; Bodices; Bows (Ribbon work); Buildings; Castles; Chairs; Cloaks; Clothing and dress; Clouds; Collars; Dresses; Flowers; Gloves; Hair ornaments; Hairstyles; Hats; Kerchiefs; Lace and lace making; Netting; Plants; Ribbons; Roses; Round...
    • Illustrated by female artist Laure Noel (1827-1878), this print for the Catholic magazine "Musée des Familles" depicts two women and a child (or perhaps three generations) outdoors in a garden as they model their French fashions for 1857. The woman...
    • Three French woman and a child at the seaside, Summer 1867

    • Bodices; Boots; Bows (Ribbon work); Buttons; Chairs; Clothing and dress; Dresses; Earrings; Flags; Girls' clothing; Gloves; Hairstyles; Hats; Mountains; Ribbons; Shawls; Stripes; Veils; Women's clothing; Women's hats; Women's shoes; Braid; Seas and...
    • Three women and a child model their summer fashions for the July issue of Moniteur de la Mode. The woman on the left wears clothing that suggests she is a servant of the woman at center, and indeed she holds the child as well as a paddle that...
    • French children, 1888

    • Boots; Bows (Ribbon work); Boys' clothing; Buttons; Cloaks; Clothing and dress; Collars; Cuffs (Clothing); Dresses; Flowers; Girls' clothing; Gloves; Hairstyles; Hats; Hosiery; Jackets; Lace and lace making; Parasols; Plaid; Pleats (Sewing);...
    • Six adolescents and girls, and one boy, stand by a fountain in a park in their French fashions for 1888. The first girl on the left wears a deep blue dress with dark blue velvet-trimmed cuffs over a brown pleated skirt, of which we see only the...
    • French fashions, 1890

    • Flowers; Ribbons; Women's hats; Parasols; Fans; Dresses; Stripes
    • There are light blue ribbons and pink flower garlands in the top left hand corner and green leaves in the bottom left hand corner. The woman on the left holds a small bouquet of flowers in her right hand and a closed black fan in her left. She is...
    • American fashions, Summer 1907

    • Blouses; Bowler hats; Bows (Ribbon work); Clothing and dress; Color in clothing; Dresses; Feathers; Flowers; Gloves; Gold jewelry; Hairstyles; Hats; Horses; Lace and lace making; Men's clothing; Necklaces; Parasols; Pearls; Ribbons; Umbrellas;...
    • Three women, one with blond hair, one with black hair, and one with brown hair, stand in casual conversation while a fashionable crowd behind them intently watches a horse race. The ladies and the crowd display their fashionable clothes, hats, and...
    • Bridal fashions, Winter 1847

    • Bible; Bodices; Chairs; Books; Clothing and dress; Collars; Dresses; Flowers; Gloves; Hair ornaments; Handkerchiefs; Headgear; Lace and lace making; Roses; Sashes (Clothing); Sleeves; Veils; Wedding costume; Women's clothing
    • Three women pose in wedding gowns. The woman on the left is seated in a wooden chair with deep red upholstery. She has her back to the viewer which shows the full length of her long, sheer veil. Small white flowers decorate her hair underneath the...
    • Eude Inv. des Ursins, 1420

    • Clothing and dress; Women's clothing; Fur garments; Headgear; Necklaces; Color in clothing; Tables; Books; Women's shoes
    • A woman in the costume of Eude Inv. des Ursins. She wears a magenta sideless surcoat dress with fur edging. Her underdress is ornately patterned and gold with fur cuffs, and her petticoat is black, with one black pointed shoe showing. A small...
    • Noblewoman of France, 1450

    • Clothing and dress; Women's clothing; Women's hats; Veils; Necklaces; Color in clothing; Women's shoes; Cuffs (Clothing)
    • A woman, dressed in "Paris fashion" from the reign of Charles VII, wears a black hennin with an attached veil that reaches to the ground. Underneath the hennin, another small veil covers her forehead and the back of her neck. She wears an elaborate...
    • Court dress, reign of Charles VII, 1460

    • Clothing and dress; Women's clothing; Women's hats; Veils; Color in clothing; Castles; Round towers; Trees
    • A woman, in the costume of a "woman of quality" during the reign of Charles VII, wears a long sleeved, v-neck dress. The dress is magenta with an emerald green collar, cuffs, and hem. Her overdress is raised, probably in her left hand, showing the...
    • Marie de Bourgogne, 1477

    • Clothing and dress; Women's clothing; Women's hats; Veils; Color in clothing; Fur garments; Mary, Duchess of Burgundy, 1457-1482
    • A woman in the costume of Marie de Bourgogne. She wears a lilac patterned sideless surcoat dress with a fur bodice which extends to border the edges of the surcoat side openings. The fabric pattern suggests brocade. Attached to the fur are pearls...
    • Elizabeth d'Autriche, 1570

    • Brocade; Clothing and dress; Color in clothing; Cuffs (Clothing); Fur garments; Headgear; Necklaces; Tables; Veils; Women's clothing; Pearls; Gloves; Rubies; Emeralds; Earrings; Elisabeth, of Austria, Queen, consort of Charles IX, King of France,...
    • A woman, in the costume of Elisabeth of Austria, wife of King Charles the 9th, wears a white and gold dress. The fabric is patterned to suggest a brocade patterned with flowers, leaves, and grapes. She has a white partlet in a diamond pattern,...
    • Noblewoman of Venice, 1581

    • Women's clothing; Veils; Necklaces; Cuffs (Clothing); Color in clothing; Clothing and dress; Feathers; Pearls; Rubies; Fans; Ruff
    • A woman in the clothing of a Venetian noblewoman wears a sea-foam green brocade gown. Her sleeves are long and fitted with white, ruffled cuffs. Below each shoulder, at the upper sleeve, is a gathered band of gold adorned with pearls. The bodice is...
    • Woman of Cleves, Prussia, in festival dress, 1581

    • Headgear; Color in clothing; Clothing and dress; Women's clothing; Women's shoes; Women's hats; Belts (Clothing)
    • A woman, in Prussian festival attire, wears a long gown with wide brown bell sleeves. The cuffs are beige with swirl designs. The bodice of the dress is black and closes down the center with a narrow, white lace ruffle. The collar is white and...
    • Marguerite de France, 1572

    • Pearls; Gloves; Lace and lace making; Women's shoes; Women's clothing; Necklaces; Headgear; Color in clothing; Clothing and dress; Stripes; Earrings; Sleeves; Arches; Gargoyles; Marguerite, Queen, consort of Henry IV, King of France, 1553-1615; Ruff
    • Marguerite of France, the first wife of Henri the IV, wears a charcoal colored dress with a large skirt, with a wheel farthingale. The underdress is purple with nine, bright yellow stripes at the hem. She wears white gloves and her cuffs are white...
    • Noblewoman of Venice, 1557

    • Clothing and dress; Sleeves; Color in clothing; Women's clothing; Veils; Fans; Necklaces; Stairs; Earrings
    • A woman in the costume of a noble woman of Venice wears a silver grey dress with a deep purple bodice. Her sleeves are long and gathered to form tiers. Gold ribbon trims the slashed sections of the sleeves. She wears a red gem or bead necklace. Her...
    • Young woman and child of Venice, 1514

    • Clothing and dress; Color in clothing; Women's clothing; Gloves; Necklaces; Earrings; Headgear; Sashes (Clothing); Boys' clothing; Tunics; Sleeves; Castles; Hosiery;
    • A young woman and a child wear the clothing of Venice during the 16th century. The woman wears a pale yellow, long-sleeved dress with slashing at the elbows, and white gloves. A white chemise with a straight neckline shows in the front of the low...

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