Fashion of the 1610s witnessed a gradual softening in the silhouette as women began to discard their farthingales and men’s breeches became baggier.
Isabella Clara Eugenia, painted by Peter Paul Rubens in 1615, wears mostly fashionable attire for the early 17th century.
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