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1775–95 in Western fashion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

in Western fashion - This gown shows the fitted back of the robe à l'anglaise and skirt draped à la polonaise. Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Robe à la Française - 1770-1775 - The Victoria & Albert Museum

Rococo - Sack back robe Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Brocaded silk, trimmed with fly fringe silk, lined with linen, hand-sewn

Robe à la Polonaise    1775    The Victoria & Albert Museum

Robe Place of origin: England, Britain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk with boning and lined with linen Credit Line: Given by Miss A.

Robe à la Française. European. 1730-40. Silk, metal.  #2009.300.1089 CB view. This is an extraordinary example of weaving incorporating silver metallic threads in a very distinctive design. This textile was identified as an identical match to the textile of a gown worn to a Russian Imperial wedding in the in the 1730s.

This is an extraordinary example of weaving incorporating silver metallic threads in a very distinctive design. This textile was identified as an identical match to the textile of a gown worn to a Russian Imperial wedding in the in the

A bergère is a flat straw hat for outdoor wear that was almost ubiquitous in 18th century women’s fashion. This extremely rare example dates from between 1750 and 1775 and is completely covered in colorful feathers.

A bergère is a flat straw hat for outdoor wear that was almost ubiquitous in century womens fashion. This extremely rare example dates from between 1750 and 1775 and is completely covered in colorful feathers.

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