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Cotehardies are the fitted dresses (women) and tops (men) seen on most western Europeans in the mid to late 14th century. Italian 1350.
Benozzo Gozzoli, The School of Tagaste, 1470, detail. From a fresco in San Gimignano. Starting from the left, the boy is outfitted in a hanging-sleeve cioppa. He wears matching hose and no visible shoes. His farsetto, underneath the cioppa, is a rich red. The father's robe is more elaborate, with angelwing sleeves and reaches the ground. The professor examining the boy wears a longer red robe, lined in dark grey. The two youths wear a garment similar to a giornea called a gonnellino.
Illustration de chaussures pour hommes des années 1400