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The garment is saya entera, ie outer garment with long-sleeves(mangas de punta) used for the most solemn purposes. The pattern is based on a pattern book by Juan de Alcega published in 1580. A portrait of Johana of Penštejn by Rolam de Mois, circa 1585, Lobkovický Palace, Prague Castle was used as an artwork. Aragon, Elizabethan Gown, Prague Castle, Fantasy Costumes, Movie Costumes, Pinterest Fashion, Historical Dresses, A Pattern, Historical Clothing
Krejčovství - Catany; Johana z Pernštejna, část 1.
The garment is saya entera, ie outer garment with long-sleeves(mangas de punta) used for the most solemn purposes. The pattern is based on a pattern book by Juan de Alcega published in 1580. A portrait of Johana of Penštejn by Rolam de Mois, circa 1585, Lobkovický Palace, Prague Castle was used as an artwork.
Spanish garment from 1570-1580. Photo: František Prachman. Models: Zlínská šermířská společnost Spanish Style, Models
Spanish garment from 1570-1580. Photo: František Prachman. Models: Zlínská šermířská společnost
Salome      Clothing inspired by the painting Decapitation of St. John the Baptist (Maestro de Miraflores, 1490, Museo del Prado, Madrid). This type of garment shows the oldest skirt with reinforcements (so-called verdugados) used in Spain. Madrid, Historical Cosplay, Prado Madrid, St John The Baptist, Hoop Skirt, John The Baptist, Silk Skirt
Tailor's - Catany, Salome, part 1
Salome Clothing inspired by the painting Decapitation of St. John the Baptist (Maestro de Miraflores, 1490, Museo del Prado, Madrid). This type of garment shows the oldest skirt with reinforcements (so-called verdugados) used in Spain.
a person dressed as a clown standing next to a tree
Tailor's - Catany, Reislaufer, part 1
Reislaufer The clothing of a Swiss soldier consists of linen underpants and a shirt, an yellow/dark blue hose, and a short white/blue doublet (wams) to which is tied a brustfleck. The artwork for the wams was the design made by Erhard Schon - Heyne auss der Kyrchgassen von Schweitz, c. 1530. Accessories include headgears, knit socks and shoes. All is hand-sewn.
a man in costume is playing with a frisbee on the snow covered ground
Tailor's - Catany, Reislaufer, part 1
Reislaufer inspired by etchings of Urs Graf, Niklas Star, Hanse Sebald Beham and Daniel Hopfer (ca 1520-1530). The clothing is made of blue, white, yellow and red felt. The jerkin and the shoes are made of a dark red leather. The shirt and the underpants are linen. The braids are created by a lucet technique.
Houpelande      The garment loosely inspired by a depiction of the Duke of Berry (Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry, Limbourg brothers, 1412-1416, MS 65 Musée Condé, Chantilly, France) consists of a wide houpelande and a chaperone made of black wool. Medieval Dress, Limbourg Brothers, Medieval People, Chantilly France, 15th Century Clothing, Imperial Fashion, Medieval Europe, Medieval Costume, Century Clothing
Tailor's - Catany, Houpelande, part 1
Houpelande The garment loosely inspired by a depiction of the Duke of Berry (Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry, Limbourg brothers, 1412-1416, MS 65 Musée Condé, Chantilly, France) consists of a wide houpelande and a chaperone made of black wool.
a man dressed in an old fashion outfit
Tailor's - Catany, Sayo, part 1
Sayo Man’s garment from Spain at the beginning of the 16th century consists of a shirt (camisa), hose (calzas) and a jerkin (sayo). The basic artwork was a painting Martyrdom of Saint Cucuphas by Ayne Bru (1502 – 1507, Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, Barcelona)
a man dressed in period clothing standing next to an old trunk with a painting on the wall behind him
Tailor's - Catany, Freyle's jubon, part 1
Freyle's jubon The basic Spanish, hand-sewn garment according to the pattern book of Diego de Freyle (1588) consists of a linen shirt, jubon and broad breeches. The hat is according to the portrait of the Spanish king Philip II (1573, Anguissola, Felipe II, Prado, Madrid). Accessories are starch ruffs and stockings with garters.
Fieltro del camino      The Spanish traveling cloak according to the Juana de Alcega's pattern book (1580) is made of felt lined by black velvet. The decoration is inspired by the depiction of a Spanish rider from Abraham de Bruyn. Cloak, On Twitter, Twitter
Tailor's - Catany, Fieltro del camino, part 1
Fieltro del camino The Spanish traveling cloak according to the Juana de Alcega's pattern book (1580) is made of felt lined by black velvet. The decoration is inspired by the depiction of a Spanish rider from Abraham de Bruyn.
Spanish vasquina based on Juan de Alcega's pattern book (1580) is made of silk fabrics, underlined by a cotton cloth. On the embroidered camisa a satin bodice, verdugado, silk partlet and faldellin. Accesories are starched ruff, jewelry - rings, necklaces, tiara and hairnet. Molde, Historical Outfits, Fair Costume, Moda Medieval, Historical Sewing, Dress History, Silk Fabrics, Fantasy Gowns
Tailor's - Catany, Silk vasquina, part 1
Spanish vasquina based on Juan de Alcega's pattern book (1580) is made of silk fabrics, underlined by a cotton cloth. On the embroidered camisa a satin bodice, verdugado, silk partlet and faldellin. Accesories are starched ruff, jewelry - rings, necklaces, tiara and hairnet.
Spanish women's garment according to the Juan de Alcega's pattern book (1580). Decoration of the loose overcoat with mangas redondas has a layout inspired by extant piece from the Germanisches National Museum in Nuremberg. 1540s Fashion, Court Outfit, Spanish Woman, Gown Pattern, Medieval Fashion
Tailor's - Catany, Ropa, part 1
Spanish women's garment according to the Juan de Alcega's pattern book (1580). Decoration of the loose overcoat with mangas redondas has a layout inspired by extant piece from the Germanisches National Museum in Nuremberg.
A Spanish mourning garment according to the Juan de Alcega's pattern book (1580) is characterized by a tight front and loose back half, below which lies the auxiliary lacing. The sleeves are typical Spanish pear-shaped sleeves. Clothing is complemented by a silk cap with a long veil, ruff and jewelry. Historical Art, Spanish Style Dress, 16th Century Fashion, Historical Clothes, Long Veil, Sleeves Clothing, Moyen Age
Tailor's - Catany, Mongil, part 1
A Spanish mourning garment according to the Juan de Alcega's pattern book (1580) is characterized by a tight front and loose back half, below which lies the auxiliary lacing. The sleeves are typical Spanish pear-shaped sleeves. Clothing is complemented by a silk cap with a long veil, ruff and jewelry.
a woman in a white dress is standing with her hands folded up and looking at the camera
Tailor's - Catany, Vasquina, part 5
Smock is inspired by an extant piece from the years 1560-80, stored in Gallery of Costumes, Platt Hall, Manchester City Galleries. Hand sewn.
Spanish vasquina according to the pattern book of Juan de Alcega (1580). Narnia, Spanish Dress, Historical Women, Hair Nets, Fairytale Dress, Strike A Pose, Pattern Books
Tailor's - Catany, Vasquina, part 1
Spanish vasquina according to the pattern book of Juan de Alcega (1580).