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1630-39

1630-39

Baroque Style: emphasized lavish ornamentation, free, flowing lines, and flat and curved forms.

Baroque Style: emphasized lavish ornamentation, free, flowing lines, and flat and curved forms.

From the exhibition The Art of the Costume "Comédie-française" - holy God. Louis XIV

From the exhibition The Art of the Costume "Comédie-française" - holy God. Louis XIV

Doublet and trunk-hose of Don Garzia de' Medici, 1562, Palazzo Pitti, Firenze

Doublet and trunk-hose of Don Garzia de' Medici, 1562, Palazzo Pitti, Firenze

"Ulrik, Prince of Denmark, Son of Christian IV", ca. 1615, by Jacob van Dort (Dutch, 17th C.)

"Ulrik, Prince of Denmark, Son of Christian IV", ca. 1615, by Jacob van Dort (Dutch, 17th C.)

Hairdresser: Monsieur Champagne - (XVII century)  Personal hairdresser of Princess Marie of Gonzague, he is responsible for the term Coiffeur. His name is the one in “Champagne le coiffeur”, a comedy staged at the Marais Theater.

Hairdresser: Monsieur Champagne - (XVII century) Personal hairdresser of Princess Marie of Gonzague, he is responsible for the term Coiffeur. His name is the one in “Champagne le coiffeur”, a comedy staged at the Marais Theater.

Margherita Luisa d'Orléans, moglie di Cosimo III

Margherita Luisa d'Orléans, moglie di Cosimo III

Costume femminile nel '600

Costume femminile nel '600

Anne Carr - Anthony van Dyck - Wikimedia Commons

Anne Carr - Anthony van Dyck - Wikimedia Commons

Male Costumes of 17th Century France

Male Costumes of 17th Century France

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