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  • Pauline Courtenay

    Italian fashion, 1470 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1400–1500_in_fashion

  • Marina Skrinjik

    Young Italian men wear brimless caps, The Betrothal, c. 1470

  • Margaret Menzies

    By an Italian Master 1500's the women's day dress second to left looks like one of mine.

  • Sarolina

    ab. 1470 Unknown Italian artist of 15th century - The Betrothal

  • Gigi Coulson

    "The Betrothal" ca. 1470. Inspiration for my blue and red velvet dresses.

  • Gyles Willis

    Italian Renaissance: Many woman wearing a chemise with an over dress over it, Earlier part of the century as the gowns are houppeland style

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