Sublime tudexo set of printed silk large adjustable belt with its matching bow tie model Grand Uniforme created by Joachim Metz in 1985.
The styles and decoration of military uniforms varied immensely with the status, image and resources of the military throughout the ages. Uniform dress became the norm with the adoption of regimental systems, initially by the French army in the mid seventeenth century. Earlier, some Swedish infantry had been issued with standard coloured dress under Gustavus Adolphus (hence his "yellow" or "blue" regiments). However in the main the levies of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries wore civilian dress with scarves, pieces of foliage or other makeshift identification. Even Royal guards would only be issued with distinctive coloured or embroidered surcoats to wear over ordinary clothing.
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Brand : Hermes
Model : Grand Uniforme
Artist : Joachim Metz
Size (belt) : 46
Circa : Early 1990s
Composition : 100% Pinted Twill Silk/Plated, Satin, Gold for the Belt Buckle
Signature : Hermes Paris
Palette : Black, grey.., Gold (very chic!)
Condition : Unworn
Box : Yes
Manufature : France