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Marie Antoinette Make Up & Fan Gestures: 18th century ladies used the fan for more than keeping cool: they used it as a form of expression. More than any other article of fashion, the fan became part of a lady's body language. Supposedly, there even existed a 'language of the fan' whereby ladies could send messages across a room without saying a word. To use this language, it was essential to know your right from your left!

18:th Century Fashion

Marie Antoinette Make Up & Fan Gestures: 18th century ladies used the fan for more than keeping cool: they used it as a form of expression. More than any other article of fashion, the fan became part of a lady's body language. Supposedly, there even existed a 'language of the fan' whereby ladies could send messages across a room without saying a word. To use this language, it was essential to know your right from your left!

1745 "The Chocolate Maid" by Jean Etienne Liotard. "Coifs and bonnets to make yourself" by Laila Durán, Durán Textiles.

1745 "The Chocolate Maid" by Jean Etienne Liotard. "Coifs and bonnets to make yourself" by Laila Durán, Durán Textiles.

Patterns and info on making coifs, mainly for 18c, but the look of them seems more timeless.

Patterns and info on making coifs, mainly for 18c, but the look of them seems more timeless.

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18th Century Woman’s Hairstyles 04

18th Century Woman’s Hairstyles 04

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In the 1770’s, (when huge wigs and hairstyles were fashionable) the ‘calash’ bonnet was worn to protect the high hairstyles from the weather. These collapsible bonnets were made of strips of wood or whalebone sewn into channels of a silk hood. A long ribbon attached to the top front of the hood, held firmly in the hand, allowed the wearer to hold the calash securely, while walking in the wind.

In the 1770’s, (when huge wigs and hairstyles were fashionable) the ‘calash’ bonnet was worn to protect the high hairstyles from the weather. These collapsible bonnets were made of strips of wood or whalebone sewn into channels of a silk hood. A long ribbon attached to the top front of the hood, held firmly in the hand, allowed the wearer to hold the calash securely, while walking in the wind.

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