Young Lady dressed in the most elegant manner, having the air of watching for the instant of a Rendez-vous which interests her: she is in a hat à la Blanchard,* full robe à la Musulmane, the chignon is very low. (1784)
Cabinet des Modes, 15 January 1786
* The two Blanchards I think are the most likely to have inspired this hat's name. The most likely is Jacques Blanchard (1600-1638), as the plumes hint at historicism; the other is Jean-Pierre Blanchard (1753-1809), as he was involved with early balloon aviation, which has already been shown to have influenced at least the names of styles.