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Going Dutch? How far did Charles II’s exile in the Netherlands shape his wardrobe, 1646-1665?

Hayward, Maria (2012) Going Dutch? How far did Charles II’s exile in the Netherlands shape his wardrobe, 1646-1665? In, Jolly, Anna and Pietsch, Johannes (eds.) Netherlandish Fashion in the Seventeenth Century. Bern, CH, Abegg-Stiftung pp. 119-128.

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This paper will look at the influences which dictated Charles II’s clothing choices while he was in exile (1646-1660) and in the first five years of his reign after his restoration to the throne in 1660. In particular, it will focus upon how far his exposure to a range of dress styles during his exile in the United Provinances, the Spanish Netherlands, parts of the Holy Roman Empire and France was reflected in his clothing choices. The paper will be divided into two parts, the first concentrating on his years in exile, the second looking at the first five years of his reign. This paper will draw on written and visual sources as appropriate.

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Published date: 2012
Keywords: Charles II, exile, the Netherlands, clothing, tailoring, wardrobe of the robes, France


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PURE UUID: bb202a17-6005-4142-919e-fb0a8ce70815

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Date deposited: 22 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:15

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Author: Maria Hayward
Editor: Anna Jolly
Editor: Johannes Pietsch

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