Netherlandish Fashion in the Seventeenth Century 
Riggisberger Berichte 19 
Paperback. 186 pp. Illustrated. Abegg-Stiftung 2012 

The papers assembled in this book are the result of a colloquium, which took place at the Abegg-Stiftung on 18 and 19 September 2008, in the context of an exhibition of seventeenth-century costumes in Dutch and Flemish style originally worn by citizens of Cologne. Eminent historians of dress and textiles examine various aspects of the fashions that prevailed in the Northern as well as Southern Netherlands and how they may have influenced neighbouring countries.
Dress and textiles in the Netherlands
  • Features of fashion
  • Dress in Adriaen van de Venne's album of 1626
  • Clothing in Antwerp Archives
  • Kaffa and Ditch Fashion
  • The trade and production of lace
Fashion with connections to the Netherlands in other European Countries
  • Men's fashion circa 1660
  • Three Multilayaered Ruffs in the Historisches Museum Basel
  • A netherlandish Contribution to Seventeenth-Century Danish Fashions
  • Going Dutch:How far did Charles II's Exile in the Netherlands Shape His Wardrope, 1646-1666?
  • Mary Stuart, Princess of Orange and queen of England
Ways of transferring Fashions and Cultural ideas
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