From camisas to cintolas - Aylwen gives us an overview of Renaissance Italian men's fashion in the 15th century.
The chaperon was a popular men's hat in mid-15th century Europe. Constance introduces her interpretation of this iconic medieval style of headwear.
Study & construction of these two garments, plus how to make a fashionable gown/jacket worn over the doublet.
The popular image of the pirate is very different from the reality of C17th and C18th seamen - and how did that look even come to mean "pirate"? Katherine explains...
The pirate look has been dominated by the media since before Hollywood. Katherine sees what sailors and buccaneers really wore in the Golden Age of Piracy.
Izabela makes a banqueting suit for an English Civil War Nobleman... and next month, a sumptuous gown for his wife...
Details matter in tailored clothes. Nicole gives us a crash course in advanced high-end finishes that will elevate any garment.
Tailoring depends on well finished details like pockets. Here are four styles of welt pockets that will make your sewing look professional.
Morgan concludes that Napoleonic Imperial Court fashions were more inspired by dead French kings than revolutionary spirit...
Great political change is often mirrored by changes in fashion. Morgan continues to explore evolving French Revolutionary fashions....
Of course, Napoleon couldn't dress like a deposed courtier. Morgan explores French high fashion from the end of Louis XIV to the fall of Napoleon.
Modern tailcoats are primarily associated with butlers, but their high elegance has a great appeal even today. Elizabeth shows how to make one from start to finish.
The patterns, mock-ups and knickerbockers are complete, and it's time to tackle construction of the Norfolk jacket itself.
Denise continues with the fitting and construction of the Norfolk jacket and knickerbockers that she began in Part 1.
Put some sporty spice into your look with a Norfolk jacket and knickerbockers. Denise shows us how to get started, with an overview and the pattern.
1730-1760 marked a transitional period in men's garments as fashion moved away from Baroque styles. Here's the rundown.