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chemise von gelb gemuschtem musseline (chemise of yellow dotted muslin) - July 1795 Journal des Luxus und der Moden

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January 1882. Antique Sumptuous Hand Coloured French Wedding or Bridal Fashion. From The Journal des Demoiselles. Printed in France

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MAN’S SILK SATIN DAMASK BANYAN English, ca. 1760; the Spitalfields silk, ca. 1742–3

Reine des Centfeuilles German costuming company, mostly 18th century clothes. It seems they made the dress on the cover of the Queen of Fashion book.

Lanvin Dress - SS 1924 - House of Lanvin (French, founded 1889) - Design by Jeanne Lanvin (French, 1867–1946) - Silk, metallic thread, glass - The Metropolitan Museum of Art - @~ Mlle

"High-necked white cotton sport under gown, English, c.1800. This would have been worn under a heavier dress, redingote or a riding habit, when a high neck would be needed. The cutaway front would have allowed flexibility while moving the arms, playing archery, or other country pursuits. The gap front would also mean that the front would not ride up but would remain neat in place under the outer bodice. The buttoning is masculine, left over right, indicating this was worn for outside…

Chemise à la reine, c. 1795. The chemise à la reine was first popularized by Marie Antoinette, the ‘reine’ in question, in the 1780s. It was the forerunner the white, high-waisted dresses of the Regency.

Embroidered muslin chemise a la reine, French, 1785-89. Worn by the second Mrs. Oberkampf. Musée de Jouy. This dress is similar to the one that wears the Duchess of Alba in her portrait in white by Goya./ Chemise a la Reine bordada, 1785-1799. Llevada por la segunda Mrs. Oberkampf. Este vestido es similar al que lleva la Duquesa de Alba en su retrato de blanco por Goya.