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Late Middle Ages Woman. Houppelande Gown with an undergarment.

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Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 2009 Couture - Collection - Gallery - Style.com

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Modern example of The late middle ages. Chemise-like with puffy arms and shoulders.

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Lancaster (1430-1460) Heart-shaped headdresses were made by goldsmiths using rich fabrics and a gold mesh. Turban headdresses which were popular throughout the 15th century. Influence was Turkish, made of wire mesh and fabric.

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I also kinda like this one. I'm noticing I like the way dresses were constructed from the medieval time period, as opposed to later during the actual Renaissance. But then again, I like simple styles that I can move around in, so that makes a lot of sense.

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from Helena Bordon

Valentino Spring 2015 Couture

Designer work inspired by the Late Middle Ages Valentino constructed this fitted gown with a square neckline. It resembles 14th century fashion

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Royal minstrel wearing parti-color attire. (Medieval but not Byzantine.)

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from Bellatory

Fashion History of the High and Late Middle Ages - Medieval Clothing

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Shoes with long, pointed toes, known as 'poulaines', were fashionable in the late 1300s. Although virtually all shoes at this time were pointed to some degree, it is likely that only the more fashion-conscious members of society wore such extreme examples. The shoe is fastened by a latchet - a leather strap passed through a pair of holes. Production Date: Late Medieval; late 14th century

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