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Zuzka Kraemerova

   from Prague is interested in historical costumes an pattern drafting. She studies Czech but mainly English, German and French sources. Her main domain is the period from the early Middle ages to the beginning of the 20th century. Her aim is to make an authentic costume, both in construction and appearance. She drafts all her patterns herself, controlling their shape to be historically accurate. She is running an e-shop with silk fabrics SARTOR.

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Dress of Middle class woman

was inspired by the paintings of Rogier van der Weyden (15th century)

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Doublet and hose

made after various pictorial evidence from 1450-1460, Italy

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Venetian Renaissance costumes

The costumes were inspired by the Venetian fashions in 1570-1580.

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Red Venetian renaissance dress

Dress made of silk damask, linen camicia, 1570-80

 
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Silver doublet and red trunkhose

silk brocade doublet and silk dupion trunkhose from 1570-80

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Turquoise renaissance dress

Dress made of silk brocade, linen camicia, 1570-80

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Man's doublet and green trunkhose

silk brocade doublet and silk dupion trunkhose from 1570-80

 
Tailor's - Marsalek, part 2
Copyright Martina a Martin Hřibovi 2006
Tailor's - Rond, part 1