Hennins were all the rage for high-class ladies in the second half of the 1400s. Apparently this style of headdress is called a Butterfly Hennin. It looks bizarre, but I actually think it's more attractive than the Tudor gable hoods that became fashionable in the 1500s.
Gorgeous male outfit with wide contrast band on wristbands and hem - (its Alban Depper of http://www.northan.net/) He makes fantastic Norse Jewelry.
Christian Tagliavini, inspired by Renaissance masters, notably Agnolo di Cosimo, took 13 months to create each paper costume item from patterning to the final construction.
The 'Cross Tree' Headdress is an accurate reproduction of the Headdress worn on the Effigy of Princess Beatrice, Countess of Arundel in the Fitzalan Chapel Arundel Castle, West Sussex, England and inspired this range of Hats and Headdresses. They are only for the seriously Authentic Re-enactor or Medieval Interpretor.
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