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He wears a blue fur-lined, midcalf houpeland with gold embroidery and dagged bombard sleeves.
Her voluminous ermine-lined houpeland, with cascading bombard sleeves, harks back to the luxurious early decades of the century.
Photos: Fashion in Art: Medieval France and the Netherlands The Morgan Library & Museum in association with D Giles Limited Delilah wears a trailing, high-waisted houpeland with bulbous sleeves and an open V-shaped collar.
1420–25 Illuminated by the Fastolf Master The suitor wears a new garment that evolved from the houpeland: a robe.
1415–20 Illuminated by the workshop of the Boucicaut Master Delilah wears a trailing, high-waisted houpeland with bulbous sleeves and an open V-shaped collar.