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How to make French Hoods

French hoods, the bejewelled headpieces of the Tudor era, seem to be one of the most mysterious and difficult to recreate items – a real challenge for any Tudor re-enactor wanting to portray an upp…

Elizabethan era lady and little Lord. Late Tudor fashion Elizabethan era lady and little Lord. Elizabethan Costume, Elizabethan Fashion, Tudor Fashion, Elizabethan Era, Renaissance Mode, Renaissance Costume, Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Clothing, Tudor Costumes
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Queen Mary Aka Mary Tudor Byname Bloody Mary First Queen To Rule England In Her Own Right From The Book LodgeS British Portraits Published London 1823 Canvas Art - Ken Welsh Design Pics

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Portrait of Maria Farnese by Matteo Loves, ca Italy, Museo delle Arti e della Storia, Ginevra Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Baroque Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Fashion History, Fashion Art, Mode Baroque, Isabel I, Mode Renaissance

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Portrait of Maria Farnese by Matteo Loves, ca 1630’s-40’s Italy, Museo delle Arti e della Storia, Ginevra

Editorial shots of my baroque whisk collar and corset. -It was an awesome experience being on set with the talented Lauren McLean Photography, and the lovely Tyler McClelland embodying the vision ! My concept for the costume pieces, was to challenge the…

"Whisk" Standing Collar

Editorial shots of my baroque whisk collar and corset. -It was an awesome experience being on set with the talented Lauren McLean Photography, and the lovely Tyler McClelland embodying the vision ! My concept for the costume pieces, was to challenge the…

At Burghley House, Lincolnshire, called "Tudor lady, possibly Mary Queen of Scots" Uk History, Tudor History, European History, Women In History, British History, Scotland History, Mary Queen Of Scots, Queen Mary, Marie Tudor
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Possibly Mary, Queen of Scots by ? (Burghley House Collection, Burghley House - Stamford, Lincolnshire UK) | Grand Ladies

Possibly Mary, Queen of Scots by ? (Burghley House Collection, Burghley House - Stamford, Lincolnshire UK)

Hermann tom Ring Portrait of Ermengard von Rietberg. Date Medium oil on panel Collection Collection Fritz Thomée Portrait Renaissance, Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Paintings, Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Clothing, 16th Century Clothing, 16th Century Fashion, 17th Century, Elizabethan Fashion
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1606 Lucy Harrington, Countess of Bedford in a masquerade costume designed by Inigo Jones by John de Critz the Elder (private collection) 17th Century Fashion, 16th Century, Female Dancers, Renaissance Era, Renaissance Portraits, Masquerade Costumes, Art Deco Diamond, Diamond Brooch, Haute Couture Fashion
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Tudor - Shakespeare in Love - Gwyneth Paltrow as Viola de Lesseps Elizabethan Dress, Elizabethan Fashion, Tudor Fashion, Shakespeare In Love, Theatre Costumes, Movie Costumes, Gwyneth Paltrow, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing
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Gwyneth Paltrow as Viola de Lesseps in Shakespeare in Love - 1998

Portrait of Caterina de' Medici Deutsch: Katharina von Medici, Frau von Heinrich II. und Königin von Frankreich English: Catherine de' Medici, wife of Henry II. of France c. 1555 Daughter of Lorenzo di Urbino (Medici) Costume Renaissance, Renaissance Mode, Renaissance Fashion, Italian Renaissance, 1500s Fashion, Francis Of France, François Ii, Elisabeth I, Marie Stuart
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ca. 1555 Caterina de' Medici by ? (Galleria degli Uffizi - Firenze, Toscana, Italy) | Grand Ladies

This image shows Catherine de Medici wearing one of the costliest gowns ever depicted. Besides being opulent, her gown is a tour-de-force in mid-century fashion. It has an early, conical, farthingale swelling from her hips, puffed and slashed false sleeves matching her kirtle, a French hood, and a full ruff made with an early form of lace such as point de Venise.

nice cut and example of puff sleeves matching forepart of shirt but egads that floating ruff. Costume Renaissance, Renaissance Mode, Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Clothing, Historical Clothing, Elizabethan Dress, Elizabethan Fashion, Tudor Fashion, Vintage Outfits
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Costume renaissance gris - Simplicity 7031 - Mes essais de costumes

Même si j'ai respecté le patron à la lettre, les premières découpes pour le corsage étaient beaucoup trop petites pour moi. J'avais déjà utilisé un patron Simplicity pour un autre modèle et là le corsage était beaucoup trop grand. Décidément, ils ne...

1565 Anne Russell, Countess of Warwick Artist: English School: Woburn Abbey, Bedfordshire. Countess of Warwick by the Master of the Countess of Warwick (Marquess of Tavistock)? Renaissance Portraits, Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Clothing, Historical Clothing, Female Clothing, Renaissance Gown, Renaissance Paintings, Historical Dress, Women's Clothing
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Broider Me 'Bethan

Here are some ideas for the other option that I am considering for my upcoming event - Elizabethan coats or 'frocks'. The advantages with this option are that I have several that are mostly finished, I am familiar with construction techniques, I have ironed out the kinks in my pattern, I have completed loose under-kirtles that are ready to wear, and I can make a low-necked version to help keep me cool. The disadvantage is that I really need to wear a hoop to make this style look it's best on…

Claude de Beaune by François Clouet, Musée du Louvre Renaissance Costume, Renaissance Fashion, Italian Renaissance, 1500s Fashion, Renaissance Clothing, 16th Century Clothing, 16th Century Fashion, 14th Century, Renaissance Portraits
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1565 – Claude de Beaune

1565 - Claude de Beaune

Catherine de Medici by the Donna Al Potere' exhibition in Florence. Very large beadwork, since she married into a French family, I wonder whether this is more French or Italian influenced. Costume Renaissance, Mode Renaissance, Renaissance Portraits, Renaissance Fashion, Italian Renaissance, 16th Century Clothing, 16th Century Fashion, Fashion History, Fashion Art
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A portrait of Elizabeth I. Her dress is decorated with stylised florals worked in blackwork embroidery and dates from Artist unknown. This portrait hangs in Jesus College, Oxford, founded by Elizabeth I in Elizabeth I, Elizabeth Bathory, Anne Boleyn, Elizabethan Era, Elizabethan Clothing, Elizabethan Costume, Elizabethan Fashion, Tudor Dynasty, Blackwork Embroidery
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Embroidery stitches: blackwork - Peacock & Fig

Blackwork is one of the oldest embroidery stitches in the world, and also one of the most beautiful. In this video tutorial, you'll learn

Elizabeth I by William Faithorne, National Trust Collection. Painted 87 years after her death. Tudor History, Art History, British History, Croft Castle, Elizabethan Fashion, Renaissance Era, Renaissance Clothing, Dark Portrait, Mary Stuart
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The return of the power brooch: coded jewellery in art history

The return of the power brooch: coded jewellery in art history | Art UK