Pretty Woman, coiffed with a New Peasant Cap, with an excellent caraco of apple-green taffeta,
trimmed with Italian gauze, also on the petticoat. (1778)
Cap in the new peasant style, leaving the coque or tempérament entirely uncovered, from which escapes a rose held by a ribbon, the favori lying in front of the ear, and two falling curls.
Shoes matching the caraco; large square buckles diminishing the size of the foot; agile heels, always of white, as any other other color is less agreeable: for the men, the red heel is a distinction of etiquette, but it is an advertisement for women.
End of the First Volume
I have examined, by order of Monseigneur the Guard of Seals, La Galerie des Modes Françaises, and the Explanations that precede it; I believe that this Work can be printed. From Paris, this 25th of April 1779. ROBIN
The Privilege finds it printed at the suite of Plates.