Slide No.50
Slashing - the practice of cutting up clothes to resemble sword
cuts, paning pushing fabric through the cuts, Swiss/German origin.

Slide No.51
Slashing and paning, breeches (upper stocks/hose),
doublet, simarre/cha marre; chain - guild allegiance,
woman transition from houppelande to a dress, barrette/beret.

Slide No.52 - Armor with slashing motif, codpiece.

Slide No.53
Young men - disheveled look, shirt,
loosely laced doublet with points, stocking cap.

Slide No.54
Parti - colored hose, codpiece, peascod belly
(doublet stuffed with bombast) on the middle figure.

Slide No.55
Bases - split, pleated male skirt, broad toe shoe,
doublet, note turban on one figure in background, baldric, shirt.

Slide No.56
Italian woman - rounder silhouette than Northern
Europe, laced (points) chemise, interchangeable sleeves,
hair is back again although ears are usually covered.

Slide No.57- Italian Woman - soft, round, mantilla veil.

Slide No.58
Mona Lisa by Leonardo DaVinci - soft, round, mantilla veil.

Slide No.59
Francois of France. Simarre over a doublet,
barrette/beret hat, breeches (upper stocks),garters,
hose, bear paw shoes (have individual toes in the shoe).

Slide No.60
Henry 8th of England, barrette/beret hat, simarre,
doublet, bases, codpiece, hose,garters, broad toe shoes.
Note: slashing and paning. Carries a dagger and glove.
Male jewelry - chains, rings on all fingers, pocket watch.

Slide No.61
Charles the 5th of Spain. Simarre, tan doublet with
peascod belly stuffed with bombast, codpiece, breeches
(upper stocks/canions), hose (nether stocks), shoes.

Slide No.62
Chasuble (cape), doublet with peascod belly , codpiece,
baldric, pumpkin/melon, breeches, hose, carries a glove.

Slide No.63
Simarre over a doublet and shirt, hat a barrette/beret
over a coif (baby bonnet style), holding a pool cue from the new
game of billiards and wearing a chain of rank or guild allegiance.

Slide No.64
Busk and iron corset to flatten the chest, narrow
the waist and improve posture, a chastity belt may
also be added if the husband was to be away for a while.

Slide No.65
Stiffened bodice, square neck with partlet, slashed and
paned sleeves, farthingale (hooped skirt), note heaviness of fabric.

Slide No.66
Stiffened bodice, square neck with partket, farthingale
skirt with petticoat showing,slashed and paned sleeves, note how necklace
mimics hairstyle in the drappe, the braids in her hair show the beginings of a
gabled look for head coverings, gowns and corset might weigh 40 - 50 pounds,

Slide No.67
One of Henry the 8th's 6 wives, gabled headdress with
veil, squar neck, stiff bodice, sleeveless full at elbow, lots of
rings, farthingale skirt with petticoat ruff, mandillion cape.

Slide No.68
Lady Jane - Queen of England for 9 days then beheaded,
crescent variation of the headdress, square neckline, stiff
bodice,farthingale skirt with petticoat sleeves - fullness at elbow,
belt is a pomander (perfume ball), watch also an accessory now.

Slide No.69- Pomander - perfume ball.

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