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Radical Fashion

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Poster Ball, 1910 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

France, 19th century — traditional costumes from Nivernais, Dauphiné, former county of Nice, Mâconnais, Bresse and Bourbonnais. Auguste Rac...

France, 19th century — traditional costumes from...

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Catalogue and price list ... genuine Cape Ann o...

Young Daughter of the Picts, c.1585, by Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues; the ancient Picts were renowned for their body art, hence this fanciful rendition of a woman whose body is decorated with floral designs, symbolising love, beauty and fertility.

[Three Dutch women.]

My mother (sitting), Shan y Lliwdy and Bontfaen maid | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

F.C. Thomson (LOC)

The Quakers | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Harry Furniss, (who worked in Australia as Paul Furniss), actor, director, author, singer and dancer, ca. 1927-1939 / photographer unknown | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

c. 1855: General Minier, New York State Militia

appendixjournal: Anon. French artist, 1829, “The Fashions of 1830: A Further Degree of Perfection.” Read more about early cartoons and caricatures.

Mad fashions, od fashions, all out fashions ; or, The emblem of these distracted times

Histoire des jouets : ouvrage contenant 250 ill...

Histoire des jouets. Doll lady.

Book of Italian Costumes, by Niclauss Kippell - ca. 1588 - The Walters

Book of Italian Costumes

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Just one of the many amazing costumes featured in this 16th manuscript about the Schembart Carnival held in Nuremberg between 1449 and 1539. See more:http://publicdomainreview.org/2013/04/11/radical-fashion-from-the-schembart-carnival-1590/

Radical Fashion from the Schembart Carnival (1590)

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Just one of the many amazing costumes featured in this 16th manuscript about the Schembart Carnival held in Nuremberg between 1449 and 1539. See more:http://publicdomainreview.org/2013/04/11/radical-fashion-from-the-schembart-carnival-1590/

Radical Fashion from the Schembart Carnival (1590)

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Just one of the many amazing costumes featured in this 16th manuscript about the Schembart Carnival held in Nuremberg between 1449 and 1539. See more:http://publicdomainreview.org/2013/04/11/radical-fashion-from-the-schembart-carnival-1590/

Radical Fashion from the Schembart Carnival (1590)

publicdomainreview.org

Just one of the many amazing costumes featured in this 16th manuscript about the Schembart Carnival held in Nuremberg between 1449 and 1539. See more:http://publicdomainreview.org/2013/04/11/radical-fashion-from-the-schembart-carnival-1590/

Radical Fashion from the Schembart Carnival (1590)

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John Bulwer, frontispiece to "Anthropometamorphosis," (London, 1650). Bulwer's full title: Anthropometamorphosis: Man Transform’d, or the Artificial Changeling. Historically presented, in the mad and cruel Gallantry, foolish Bravery, ridiculous Beauty, filthy Fineness, and loathesome Loveliness of most Nations, fashioning & altering their Bodies from the Mould intended by Nature. With a Vindication of the Regular Beauty and Honesty of Nature.

Dresses and decorations of the Middle Ages

Dresses and decorations of the Middle Ages

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Illustration from a french book of lace work entitled Dentelles et guipures : anciennes et modernes (1904)

Photograph of Mrs Dean Dickey, representing W.J. Overell & Sons, Drapers, Fortitude Valley, at the Poster Ball, Brisbane, September 1900 - State Library of Queensland

Stage favourites of the eighteenth century;

Marie Antoinette of Austria, Queen of France (1755-1793), by A.Wertmüller in 1788 - Palace of Versailles