original photography by Erik P.
A picture of
High Renaissance Fashion
Here is an excellent example of ladies garb from the period of the Landsknechten. Take note of the curved cut of the front opening of the bodice, around the sides of the stomacher. Those "German's," they hated strait lines. Also she has beautiful sleeves. The patterns on the hem of her skirt are embroidered and applique and excellent. These two outfits are from the same decade only separated by geography, Lady Gabija von Ahornwald is wearing a "German" outfit popular in large cities and I am in English outfit wearing that famous Landsknecht hat of mine.

 

 

 

 

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goes out to all those people who have taken pictures of me and sent me copies, not only do I really appreciate it, I'm sincerely grateful. Without your kindness and help this site would have no colour, You've actually made this site what you see. Also I love that you're documenting my work in your pictures, it's very hard for me to take pictures of myself. Now, PLEASE, if I've used one of your pictures and you want credit, contact me and we'll fix that. Also if there's anyone out there with more pictures you'd like to share, then please contact me as well. Thank You again :o)


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