This black silk robe a la francaise is about 80% hand-sewn, more than I ever intended, but I lived to tell the tale (and love the dress like crazy). First worn at Chateau de Pys.

This French gown of the 1570s, inspired by the Valois Tapestries, was intended for our Blo Norton trip. But I've worn it at SCA events and courtesan gigs with Bella Donna Historical Performers.

Cross-dressing is fun! This is Leonard Autie, hairdresser to Marie Antoinette and super foppy Macaroni. First worn at the Greater Bay Area Costumer’s Guild’s Evening at the Petit Trianon.