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Lady in her bedroom, published c.1688-90 (coloured engraving), Jean Dieu de Saint-Jean (fl. 1671-1709)

Lady in her bedroom, published (coloured engraving)

Interior of a Parisian milliner's shop: March 1678, "On display are accessories to men’s fashionable costume—breeches, scarves, gloves, and wigs," detail from an engraving by J. Lepautre after J. Bérain, re-engraved from a small print in the "Extraordinaire" issue of the "Mercure Galant."

Interior of a Parisian milliner's shop: March 1678, "On display are accessories to men’s fashionable costume—breeches, scarves, gloves, and wigs," detail from an engraving by J. Lepautre after J. Bérain, re-engraved from a small print in the "Extraordinaire" issue of the "Mercure Galant."

Recueil des modes de la cour de France, 'Homme de Qualité' Henri Bonnart (France, 1642-1711) France, Paris, 1675-1685, bound 1703-1704 Prints Hand-colored engraving on paper Sheet: 14 3/8 x 9 3/8 in. (36.51 x 23.81 cm); Composition: 10 3/4 x 7 1/2 in. (27.31 x 19.05 cm) LACMA Collections

Recueil des modes de la cour de France, 'Homme de Qualité' Henri Bonnart (France, 1642-1711) France, Paris, 1675-1685, bound 1703-1704 Prints Hand-colored engraving on paper Sheet: 14 3/8 x 9 3/8 in. (36.51 x 23.81 cm); Composition: 10 3/4 x 7 1/2 in. (27.31 x 19.05 cm) LACMA Collections

Member of the French Court. Louis XIV fashion. 17th century French costumes. Baroque Clothing

Costume court of Louis XIV, century, French Ancien Régime fashion. Court Dress in Versailles

1696 Diane Gabrielle Damas de Thianges, duchesse de Nevers by Antoine Trouvain

1696 Diane Gabrielle Damas de Thianges, duchesse de Nevers by Antoine Trouvain - There are a lack of seams on the back of the dress.

"Femme de Qualité en Habit d'Hyver" (1687), from "Recueil des modes de la cour de France".

This print from on top of being my very favorite century fashion print, finally shows some practicality when it comes to winter fashion. This gentlewoman wears a very cozy looking quilted petticoat, longer sleeves and has a visible pocket.

Duc du Maine, 1695. Note he is wearing a shorter version of the periwig, and only the outermost buttons of the pocket flaps are buttoned. French

Duc du Maine, Note he is wearing a shorter version of the periwig, and only the outermost buttons of the pocket flaps are buttoned.

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Maintenon 2013 : Duchesse de Roquelaure, le duc de Bourgogne et la dauphine de France

Maintenon 2013 : Duchesse de Roquelaure, le duc de Bourgogne et la dauphine de France

1676 French Fashion plate "Recueil des modes de la cour de France, 'Homme en Robe de Chambre'" at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles - This man is in a banyan.

1676 French Fashion plate "Recueil des modes de la cour de France, 'Homme en Robe de Chambre'" at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles - This man is in a banyan.

Jean Dieu de Saint-Jean, Lady looking in the mirror, 1688-90

Lady looking in the mirror, published by Jean Dieu de Saint-Jean. The French term "déshabillée" in this context refers to non-court sanctioned dress, i. a flowing mantua rather than a stiffly boned bodice plus skirt.

French Fashion History - Costumes of Paris - 17th Century - XVIIth Century - Louis XIII - Nobility - After the Royal Edict on the Modes in 1633

French Fashion History - Costumes of Paris - Century - XVIIth Century - Louis XIII - Nobility - After the Royal Edict on the Modes in 1633

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