„Fig. 134. Fig. 135.
Published as the Act directs April 1. 1797, by N. Heideloff at the Gallery of Fashion Office, No. 90, Wardour Street."
Modedruck aus der Londoner Zeitschrift Gallery of Fashion. 1. April 1797.
The toupee combed straight, the chignon turned up plain and short.
Cabriolet bonnet of light green velvet, tied under the chin with a white
riband; light green satin riband, in half plaits, on the top of the crown,
surrounded with a band of white satin in large plaits, crossed with pink-
coloured satin riband; large rosette of pink riband in the front, and a
small one behind. Round gown of pale yellow stained muslin, with a
narrow embroidered border; short sleeves. Rose-coloured gloves. White
and yellow striped slippers. Green and white striped shawl.
The front hair in small curls, and the hind hair in ringlets. Chinese
bonnet of purple velvet; quartered crown of purple and yellow satin; large
bow of yellow satin riband in the front, and a small one behind; round
black craped feather placed behind, and the top of it fixed to the front bow.
Round gown of French grey-checkered calico; short full sleeves, with a
narrow plaiting at the elbow, tied in the middle of the arm with blue ri-
band. Small muslin handkerchief. White satin scarf shawl, trimmed
with a broad coquelicot-coloured satin riband, and a broad black lace.
Double gold ear-rings. Light blue gloves. White sandals laced with
coquelicot riband. Striped fur muff.