Fashion News, A.B. Duhamel, after Defraine, 1788
The Cabinet des Modes offered readers highly detailed information about the illustrated clothes and accessories. It reported, for instance, on new clothing styles, such as the English ‘redingote’ 1; on accessories and embellishments, such as oversized muffs, buttons, ribbons and clasps; and finally, on the latest interior furnishings. For its male audience there was the fitted jacket 2 and the popular Androsmane, a hat with an upturned brim 3.