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4071 Study Terms - Costume History Chapter 9 The...

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Costume History- Chapter 9 The Seventeenth Century 1600-1700 Balagny cloak French capes Named Balagny cloaks after a popular military hero. Basque Extention of the bodice below the waistline Biggin Breeches Made with seams on outside and inside of each leg, hung from waist, and had varying degrees of fullness; the term continues in use until the present but shape and cut have varied over time. Canons Full, wide ruffles attached at the bottom of breeches Capotain Carrying frock
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Infants unable to walk were dressed in long gowns called carrying frocks . Cassock, casaque Coats cut with wide, full sleeves that were wide throughout the body and ended at thigh height or below. Commode English version of fontage Cravat Diapers Draw loom Elaborately figured silk fabrics had to be produced on a special loom called a “ draw loom” Falling band a collar with rectangular points falling over the chest Fontange Device made of a series of ruffles ( Commode in England) Galosh 2
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course ACCT 2001 taught by Professor Lowe during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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