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Man’s At-home Robe (Banyan), circa 1760 Costume/clothing nightwear/entire body, Silk satin with supplementary weft float patterning; lined with striped plain weave silk.

Man’s At-home Robe (Banyan) France, circa 1760 Silk satin with supplementary weft float patterning; lined with striped plain weave silk LACMA

The Macaroni - The Height of Androgenous Mens Fashion

"The Macaronie: How D'ye Like Me?" by Carrington Bowles, 1772

Man’s At-home Robe (Banyan), France, circa 1760. Silk satin with supplementary weft float patterning; lined with striped plain weave silk.3

historicaldress: “ Man’s At-home Robe (Banyan) France, circa 1760 Silk satin with supplementary weft float patterning; lined with striped plain weave silk LACMA ”

Banyan (middle), England, c. 1760. Cream brocaded floral silk. On the night the Haitian Revolution begins, Matthieu is wearing one of these, but blue and white striped.

Banyan (middle), England, c. On the night the Haitian Revolution begins, Matthieu is wearing one of these, but blue and white striped.

1740-1770, India (fabric), the Netherlands (made) - Dressing gown - Painted cotton, wool, silk

India (fabric), the Netherlands (made) - Dressing gown - Painted cotton, wool, silk

7. 1720 loose fitted banyans. Known during the 18th century as nightgowns, morning gowns, dressing gowns.

Man's At-home Robe (Banyan) and Waistcoat France, circa 1720 Costumes; ensembles Silk satin with silk supplementary-weft patterning a) Robe center back length: 29 in. b) Waistcoat center back length: 55 in.

A FINE AND RARE GENTLEMAN'S BANYAN AND WAISTCOAT, MADE UP FROM A DRAGON ROBE 18th century

Gentleman's banyan and long-sleeved waistcoat in deep blue silk with gilt embroidered dragon, circa

Man's At-home Robe (Banyan) and Waistcoat, France, circa 1720

Man's At-home Robe (Banyan) and Waistcoat, France, circa Silk satin with silk supplementary-weft patterning.

Un banyan maschile ca.1750-1760, Germania in seta e argento. MuseoDamasco Lorsica

Date: Europeans adopted “exotic” Eastern styles, such as the Indo-Persian banyon, or “house gown” — one of the few retentions of the word “gown” for a man’s garment.

Banyan, first quarter 18th century. Great Britain. Red silk with metallic tread embroidery; red, green and white striped linen lining.

Banyan, first quarter century. Red silk with metallic tread embroidery; red, green and white striped linen lining.

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