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15th century gentleman at Mannington Hall

At the court of Burgundy, the failing of chivalry his recent triumphs in rich and sumptuous robes celebrated of velvet, silk and brocade. In the late Gothic style of the nobility developed a taste for black, while the citizens started to like colorful and eccentric clothing.

Tailor's - Catany, Wafenrock with dagges: Warrior's dress from end of 14th century, based on Viollet le Duc illustration - Encyclopedie Medievale

Houpelandes Nobleman's houpelandes were inspired by Herbert Norris's pictures showing fashion in 1380. Costumes are made of cotton velvet decorated by braids.

Poppée (Poppaea Sabina), seconde épouse de l’empereur romain Néron (Poppaea Sabina, second wife of the Emperor Nero) -- Bnf Français 599 fol. 81v