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Short red robe

Robe made of red damask, farsetto (Italian doublet) under it and round chaperon from ca 1460. 

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Court renaissance dresses

English court dress of brocade decorated by pearls. (1535-1545). French Nobleman in wams and trunk hose (1540)

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Italian renaissance dresses

gamurra of green taffeta and velvet giornea, end of 15th century

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Tudor gown

It is typical for this fashion and made of green "altobasso" velvet. (ca 1540)

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Boy's sajan

Boy's sajan, calze and baretta after Holbein (ca 1540)

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Lady's Italian dress

Italian renaissance dress made of dark damask with long train.

 
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Gown of Eleanora de Toledo

reconstruction of Eleonora's de Toledo dress (Agnolo Bronzino, ca 1544-45).

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Dance group Gayard

Gayard historic dance group during "Weekend with renaissance culture - The Shine of Renaissance"

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Lancknecht after Vecelio

dressed in wams, vest and plunderhose, around 1550

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Lancknecht and kampfrau

middle class woman's dress (middle of the 16.th century)

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Italian late renaissance dress

popular in the middle of 16th century. Silk with floral pattern.

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Italian renaissance dress

common in the middle of 16th century.

 
Tailor's - Mme Chantberry, part 1
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Tailor's - Mme Chatberry, part 3