|Parisian dressmaker's shop, ca. 1775|
|Alexander Roslin - Self-Portrait, 1790, ever so fashionably|
attired, painting King Gustavus III of Sweden.
|The Lady with the Veil (The Artist's Wife), |
1768, dressed ala Bolognaise,
|John Jennings, Esq. with his Brother and Sister-in-Law, 1769, Alexander Roslin.|
Menswear was nearly as exotic as ladies fashions.
|Detail, Septimanie d'Egmont Pignatelli, 1763, Alexander Roslin.|
(The shoes are said to have once been worn by Queen Marie Antoinette.)
|Fashionable evening attire on the|
streets of Paris, summer, 2015.
|Paris fashion design, ca. 1753. (Notice the fur collar.) |
The undergarments art at top-center.
|Portrait of an Unknown Lady, |
open gown with stomacher,
1753, Alexander Roslin
|The back of the dress |
and the "boots."
|Double portrait of Roslin and|
his wife, 1767. She was a
talented pastel portrait artist.