Reinette: Valois Princesses dressed in a Houppelande gown and a bluntcated hennin atop her her head finished with a sheer veil

Marie de Bourgogne, by Henry Leys Valois princess dressed in a houppelande gown and a bluntcated hennin atop her her head finished with a sheer veil.

Rogier van der Weyden, The Lamentation  1460-80

WEYDEN, Rogier van der Lamentation The white one is interesting, hanging sleeves? And is that gold one the same garment worn underneath?

15th century (1450-1499) France Cambridge, Harvard University, Houghton Library MS Richardson 031 - Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio

Late Middle Ages: Women wear tall hennins with sheer veils. Man in far back (R) wears hat with a draped hood. Men in houppelande a mi-jambe

Last Judgement Triptych by Hans Memling, c. 1469. Veil w/pearled edge. See also Vos, Dirk de, Hans Memling: the Complete Works, p. 84.

Memling kast judgement detail - in European fashion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Hans Memling (circa - Web Gallery of Art: Image Info about artwork

Retable - Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire in Brussels, Belgium---info on houppelandes

Detail from an altarpiece from “Musées Royaux d’Art et d’Histoire” in Brussels, Belgium,unknown date probably century

pearled headgear on a burgundian (Hans Memling, The Last Judgement triptych)

Memling kast judgement detail - in European fashion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Hans Memling (circa - Web Gallery of Art: Image Info about artwork

Belt of noble lady from end of 15th century, silk decorated by silver rose with Czech garnet

Belt of noble lady from end of century, silk decorated by silver rose with Czech garnet German clothing

The One and Only Correct Theory of Burgundian Dress

The One and Only Correct Theory of Burgundian Dress

Granada diptych, right wing, the holy women and St. John Artist: Hans Memling Completion Date: c.1475

Granada diptych, right wing, the holy women and St. John - Hans Memling Completion Date: Style: Northern Renaissance Genre: religious painting Dimensions: 51 x 36 cm

15th century France  The gown is lined in fur, which is shown off at the cuffs and the lapels - which really evolved from the collar of a houppelande, later worn turned over. The front opening is filled with what seems to be a stomacher (the patterned, golden piece of fabric), pinned over a blue kirtle.  The black loop visible at the lady’s forehead is part of the hennin’s supportive construction and is probably attached to a headband.

15th century France The gown is lined in fur, which is shown off at the cuffs and the lapels - which really evolved from the collar of a houppelande, later worn turned over. The front opening is filled with what seems to be a stomacher (the patterned, golden piece of fabric), pinned over a blue kirtle. The black loop visible at the lady’s forehead is part of the hennin’s supportive construction and is probably attached to a headband.

Regnault de Montauban, rédaction en prose. Regnault de Montauban, tome 1er  Date d'édition :  1451-1500  Ms-5072 réserve   Folio 385v

Regnault de Montauban, rédaction en prose. Regnault de Montauban, tome 1er Date d'édition : 1451-1500 Ms-5072 réserve Folio 385v

Portrait of a lady, half-length, in a black robe with a red belt and white headdress

Flemish School, Century Portrait of a lady, half-length, in a black robe with a red belt and white headdress oil and tempera on panel 23 x 18 cm.

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