I think this is a kirtle rather than a chemise revealed when she pulls off the overgrown, the fabric underneath is really beautiful! A woman undressing before entering the fountain of youth. From a fresco, circa in the great hall of the Castello di Manta.
German, Ausburg Burgonet, ca. Helmets of this type probably were worn by the mounted troops of the bodyguards of the prince-electors of Saxony. This helmet retains its original padded lining covered with yellow silk.
Here I am posting two views of a very rare late Gothic sallet (helmet) in our collection, made about 1480 by the armorer Kaspar Riederer of Mühlau near Innsbruck. Long preserved in the ancestral armory of the counts Trapp in their castle at Churburg/Coira in South Tyrol, it retains on the interior an old lining that dates to its working life. The larger image shows the extra padding on the brow, as most of the impacts were expected to come from the front.