ca. 1560 Italy, Florence. Bodice. Currently in the Museo di Palazzo Reale, Pisa. Believed to be from 1560, this is called the “Red Dress of Pisa.” It is a Florentine gown from the sixteenth century - it was found on a wooden effigy at San Matteo. It is housed at the Palazzo Reale di Pisa (Museum Nazionale). It is made of red velvet with gold couched trim.
Robe à la française (c) Kobe Fashion Museum
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Stella de Libero
Petticoat from the Italian Renaissance with sleeves wider above the elbow and fitted below.
The Detailing Is Absolutely Stunning
Velvet Italian Renaissance gown. Inspiration. Burgundy silk velvet. Yes.
The Crimson Pisa Dress, Master Agostino (possibly): ca. early 1560's, silk velvet, wool, maline netting, bodice lined with linen, hem stiffening, various embellishments. The dress is on permanent display in Palazzo Reale in Pisa, Lungarno Antonio Pacinotti 46.