Fashion under the Reign of Henri III. 1547 to 1558.
European renaissance. Costume examples focusing on France, England, Germany and Italy in the 16th century. Clothing of the aristocracy, the military, citizens and peasants.
Detailed descriptions of the fashions of the 16th century can be found in the overview.
Marchand français au XVI siècle. Gabrielle d’Éstreés, Duchesse de Beaufort. Mistress of Henry IV. 16th century. Demoiselle en Masque. Reign Henri III Epoque de Henri III Cour de Henri III, 1580 Cour de Henri III, 1580 Epoque de Charles IX Epoque de Charles IX. Louise de Lorraine (1553 – 1601), also known under the name of Louise de Mercœur, was as the wife of Henry III. 1575-1589 Queen of France. Cour de Henri II, 1550 Cour de Henri II, 1550 Marie Touchet Comtesse d’Entragues (1549-1638). Dame de Belleville. Mistress of the French King Charles IX. An English Gentleman. A.D. 1590. Landsquenets 1562. Sutler or victualer Herald and lansquenet 1510-1550. Marchand de balais. Chaudronnier. Règne de Henri IV. Coiffure Henri III. Renaissance. Coiffure Henri II. Renaissance. Catherine Howard. Queen of England. Portrait of Hans Holbein the Younger. Sir Thomas More, 1478-1535. English statesman Anne Boleyn. Queen of England. Portrait of Hans Holbein the Younger. Guard of the king, The Corps of the 200 Gentlemen. 1570 Portraits en Pied D’Antoine de Saint-Chamand, seigneur de Mery, d’une dame incnonnue et de Henri IV Avant 1600. D’après le Recueil de Gaignières. French military 16th century.
Costumes under the Reign of Charles IX. 1560 to 1574
Don Juan de Austria around 1572 German nobleman in spanish court dress in 1640 German noblewoman in the clothes from the early 16th century German nobleman in the clothes from the early 16th century Women wearing hats, Germany, 16th century. Queen of France Catherine de’ Medici 1519 – 1589 Donna Emilia Spinelli 16th century. Lucrezia Ricasoli né Zanchino. Gimp lace, probably made at Ragusa. 16th century. Henri III and his “darlings” Alexandre-Édouard, Duke of Anjou, also known as Henri de Valois was 1573-1574 as Henryk Walezy King of Poland-Lithuania, from 1574 until his death in 1589 King of France and last king of the House of Valois. Henry VIII Tudor, English King, 16th century Headgear modes for women 15th to 16th century Cretan Mountaineer 16th century. French court dress during the 16th century Italian Armory from Turin. 16th century. Lansquenet of the time of Charles V., 1500–1558 Portrait Of Eleanor of Toledo. From left: Nobleman, Military habit, Middle Class, Noble ladies, London Merchant. Gentlemen of the 1572 Polish folk costumes Costumes 16th century. Italian fashion of the 16th century. Period of Henry III. Costume and Heraldic Art Guillaume de Flory, Lord of St. Ligier, Lieutenant-Captain of the archers. Henri II in the Chamber of the College of the King’s Secretaries and Notaries Large buckled shoe worn in the reign of Queen Anne, 17th century Marie of Lorraine’s shoe
Fashion under the Reign of Henri II. 1547 TO 1558.
Lady of the time of Elisabeth I. The “Hardwick Hall” portrait of Elizabeth I of England circa 1599 by the Workshop of Nicholas Hilliard The Wanstead or Welbeck Portrait of Elizabeth I or The Peace Portrait of Elizabeth I between 1580 and 1585 by Marcus Gheeraerts the Elder. Elizabeth I as a Princess 1546 by William Scrots. Elizabeth I in 1563 by Steven van der Meulen. Queen Elisabeth the first around 1600. Engraved by W. Holl. Alderman of Paris. 16th Century. First President to the Parliament of Paris. Falconer costume. House of Francis I. 16th Century. Fauconnier de la Maison de François I. XVIe Siècle. French noblewoman and child. 16th century. Musketeer in 1586. Reign of Henri III. Soldier adventurer looter clothing. 16th century. Lady of the court of Charles IX, 1579. Lady of the Court of King Francis I. Sixteenth century. Arquebusier 1572. Arquebusier by foot and Captain of Gendarme in the reign of Henri IV. 1590 to 1610. Bodyguards of the Provost. Guards officer in 1574 to 1589. Court jester costume. 16th century. Seigneur et nobles Français. XVIe siècle. Règne de Louis XIII. Woman hats and hairstyles of the 15th and 16th centuries. Military in the time of Henry VIII. From the Cotton MSS. Breastplates of the time of Henry VIII. The english boy king Edward VI. Sir Thomas Gresham (1519-1579) was a co-owner of the largest British trading house of his era and since 1551 financial agent of the British government and royal advisers. He formulated the first 300 years after him so called Gresham’s Law. Even as a 45-year-old he decreed in his testament the establishment of the college named after him.
Women from Toulouse 16th century German citizen in 1550. Citizen woman from Bautzen 1592 German townswomen in 1520 German citizen 1580 Polish Lancer, Soldier, 1530 Polish Nobility 16th century French embroidery designs c. 16th-19th French lady 16th century. Dame du temps de François I. de Clèves, duc de Nevers. Italian nobleman in the 16th century German citizens 1530. Spanish fashion, court dress 16th century, 1550. Knights in armor jousting. A German citizen and a scholar. Marguerite de Navarre (1492–1549). Coiffure Henri IV. German Lansquenet 1530 Tudor costume from the time of Queen Elizabeth I’s reign German citizen in 1550 Polish Nobility in 16th century Knights jousting tournament German Townspeople in 1580. German citizens clothing in 1580 German Knight in armor and princess 1530. French Nobility in 1580 German Nobility fashion in 1570 German Renaissance costumes first third 16th century. English lady of the time of Henry VIII German nobility costumes in 1580 Knights jousting tournament German Magistrate and Knight in 1540 German Nobility in court dress 1570
Page in the Reign of Louis XII., 1500. Portrait of Lavinia Biglia by Juan Pantoja de la Cruz. German Lansquenet 1530 German citizens 1520 German Lansquenet 1530 German Lansquenet 1530 German Peasants 1530 German Knight and noble woman 1580 French nobleman and nobelwoman 1550. German costumes 16th century. Holland, Bohemia, Spain, England. 16th and 17th century costumes Costumes from Friesland in the 16th century. German renaissance costumes in the 16th century. English Baroque fashion in the 16th and 17th century. English Tudor fashion in the 16th century. French nobility fashion 16th century. German lansquenets 16th century Italy fashion end of the 16th century. German costumes first third of the 16th century. 16th and 17th century. Ecclesiastical robes. Italian Renaissance costumes 16th century Polish and Russian costumes 16th century. German knights, nobel women 15th, 16th Century. Half Armor German, 16th century Shoe of unknown provenance. 16th century. Shoe said to have belonged to Mary Queen of Scots Mrs Brown’s Shoe
Related: Louis XIII. Ancien Régime. Renaissance, Baroque, Tudor fashion era.