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Journal de la Mode et du Gout, April 1790.  Red and black!  Good look!

Giuliana Chesne Dauphiné Griffo describes this plate as: "Young aristocrat wearing a dress of `semi-mo.

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, June 1790.  OMG.  The giant hat!  The blue!  The multicolored embroidery (?) on her petticoat!  I want this!

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, June The giant hat! The multicolored embroidery (?) on her petticoat!

Shoe, stocking, and garter. Journal de la Mode et du Gout, August 1790.

A clocked stocking - Journal de la Mode et du Gout, August 1790

Magasin des Modes, February 1788. Look at this jaunty fellow! Love the black coat with the blue piping and the fur trimmed (!!) waistcoat!

Magasin des Modes, February Look at this jaunty fellow! Love the black coat with the blue piping and the fur trimmed (!

Journal des Luxus, 1788.  Wow.  This is a guy who is NOT afraid to combine color and patterns!  Also, I’m pretty sure his coat and waistcoat are trimmed with fringe, which is pretty incredible.

This is a guy who is NOT afraid to combine color and patterns! Also, I’m pretty sure his coat and waistcoat are trimmed with fringe, which is pretty incredible.

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, June 1791.

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, June That green is AH Mazing, especially paired with that cross-hatched waistcoat and that talllll hat! You are quite the dapper gentleman, sir!

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