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1400 The man wears a red houppeland with dagged dalmation sleeves and a chaperon which is also dagged. The woman wears a dress with .

c. 1400    The man wears a red houppeland with dagged dalmation sleeves and a chaperon which is also dagged.   The woman wears a dress with a style very popular in this period.  The neckline forms a deep V to the waistband, with a ruched bib underneath coming up higher to the neckline.  The blue gown is trimmed with red velvet.  This style of gown was often known as a “Burgundian gown.”  She wears a hennin with a butterfly styled veil.

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1400 The man wears a red houppeland with dagged dalmation sleeves and a chaperon which is also dagged. The woman wears a dress with .

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These Nine Renaissance Portraits are part of photo project called created by by Swiss/Italian photographer Christian Tagliavini. All characters are portrayed in striking handcrafted clothes made by Tagliavini himself.

1400  In the early 15th century cotehardie, a form fitting dress of previous century is still worn, but since 1380s houppelande is becoming more and more popular. It's a full outer garment, usually with flaring sleeves that can be linen with fur. In most cases it has high neckline, but I've seen a few pictures with lower one and it fitted more with the dress. Later in the century the neckline will become V-shaped. Hair is covered with a veil.  by Tadarida.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Medieval Italian dresses from the end of century. Two ladies on the left are wearing fitted, silk dresses. Lady on the right's wearing houppelande, that came into fashion around and rema.

Medieval Clothing and Footwear

century attire -- chemise, surcoat w/ sides partially closed, cotehardie w/ hanging sleeves

c. 1200    The woman is wearing a black wool surcoat over a pleated chainse, and a porkpie hat over her hair.  This style of a loose, vertical gown was frequent in the earlier Medieval period.

1200 The woman is wearing a black wool surcoat over a pleated chainse, and a porkpie hat over her hair. This style of a loose, vertical gown was frequent in the earlier Medieval period.

MEDIEVAL PERIOD 1200 - 1350 | COSTUMES  by Tom Tierney

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