The imperial crown: West German Second Half of the 10th Century, Crown Cross addition from the early 11th century.
Modern interpretation. Scan from "The Mode in Hats and Headdresses" by R. Turner Wilcox, 1945.
Shoed - Bysantine
Byzantine kamelaukion, crown of Constance of Aragon (1179-1222), Holy Roman Empress, Queen of Sicily, wife of Frederick II. Royal Palace, Naples, Italy.
Woman headdress inspired by Kievan Rus X-XII century headdress a very noble woman. Ukrainian women of Kievan Rus. Ancient jewellry of Ukrainian women. Kievan Rus / Ukrainian culture, Ukrainian traditions, Ukrainian style, Ukrainian roots, Ukrainian beauty / Украшения украинских женщин времен Киевской Руси. Клады, найденные на территории Украины, - основа византийской коллекции Эрмитажа. #Ukrainian #history #treasures #Kievan
Kievan noble ladies (12th-13th century), The first lady is wearing her venets crown over her ubrus. The second lady is wearing a shuba over her rubakha, with long kolty hanging form her fur lined cap. The third lady is wearing a brocade and embroidered letnik with deep winged sleeves; her kokoshnik is a jeweled and embroidered cloth of gold on a leather base. Women didn't wear earring but the ornate "temple ornaments" from their hats and circlets. Note the ornately embroidered shoes.
4b. Naeem Khan Fall 2013 RTW- Byzantine tablion inspired; Garment has heavy embroidery and a square like shape.
c. 1200 The woman is wearing a black wool surcoat over a pleated chainse, and a porkpie hat over her hair. This style of a loose, vertical gown was frequent in the earlier Medieval period.