Gowns 1742-1775. Wish there was a credit for who wrote the book that this is scanned from.
Round gown, c. 1750-1774. Blue silk damask with a pattern of white flowers and fruit vines.
Titel: Rendevous Versailles Copyright Photo: Pierre Leszczyk EmpireArt Don't use this Photo without my Permission, but feel free to share. Dress: Empireart Couture "Robe Chemise a la Empire" Model: Julia Leszczyk
Raspberry silk robe a la polonaise, c. 1770-80.
1760 silk banyan MET
Dress: ca. 1760-1790, copperplate printed linen in a floral pattern. Shown with fichu and engageantes. Worn by Deborah Sampson (Gannett), (1760-1827), possibly as her wedding dress.
18th century waistcoat.
Polonaise Gown - c 1770-80 - silk tafetta
18th Century British Straw Hat
Marie Antoinette dress
Robe à l'anglaise: ca. 1780-1790, French, woven stripe silk needleworked with silk, trimmed with silk lace, lined with linen and silk. [Search for Acc. No. 1991-470,A]
Fancier Robe a l'Anglaise, brocaded silk satin, circa 1750-70 (Source: LACMA, Hopkins, Henry T. ed., Los Angeles County Museum of Art: Illustrated Handbook. West Germany: Bruder Hartmann, 1965)
Court suit detail of Frockcoat, Waistcoat and breeches, late 18th–early 19th century, French, silk, metallic thread, paste (c) Metropolitan Museum of Art
Detail of a suit that belonged to Axel von Fersen, made in Paris around the 1785. Nordiska Museet, Inv.nr 154745
A gentleman's embroidered green velvet court coat and matching ivory satin waistcoat, French, circa 1790, heavily embellished with floss silk flowerheads and foliage; together with a pair of later black satin breeches
18th and 19th Century: Cravat Tying Tips for the Georgian or Regency Gent...
A FINE AND RARE EMBROIDERED COURT GOWN, 1770s. fine white Indian muslin with silver metal embroidery, the robe sack-back with train and scalloped cuffs to the sleeves, matching ruched robings, the cuffs and robings edged in delicate silver thread chain; the matching petticoat of silk to the upper back and tiered at the front bottom; the stomacher to a linen ground and trimmed with wide silver tape. | Christies
Man's court suit (coat) French, 1785–92
Rear view of Robe a la Polonaise, 1780, cream linen, gold embroidery, metal. (c) Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ensemble 1787-1792 The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Men's wool and silk suit, British, 1755-65. The British aesthetic during the 18th C. tended to veer away from the ostentatious French styles. The textiles were more somber, the silhouettes more simple and the fashions more basic. Interestingly, nearing the end of Louis XVI's reign, the simple English styles were adopted by some Frenchman to express their rage towards the aristocracy. This suit is exemplary of popular dress in England with its somber wool, minimal decoration and plain buttons...
c1765 "Convertible" ensemble of silk and metal thread. The embroidered cuffs are detachable and an alternate silk velvet cuff can be attached in its place for a different look. See more views of all the components for this at http://www.metmuseum.org/collections/search-the-collections/80001536?rpp=60=1=on=Ensemble=A.D.+1600-1800=6#
Detail from La jeune musicienne, 1788, Michel Garnier