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Sans-culottes are pantaloons worn by the working class. This pant features a full length look and is usually worn with clogs. The Counterrevolutionaries liked to set themselves apart from the shabby ‘trouser-brigade’.

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Maximilien de Robespierre (1758-1794) was the mastermind of the Reign of Terror (1793-1794), the dark side of the French Revolution that perverted its high ideals of democracy with fanaticism and cruelty. Only Robespierre’s own beheading ended the slaughter. A man of stern virtue and morality, he was a small town lawyer who made his name at the opening of the revolution but turned radical with the pressures of power. His early enlightened views were eclipsed by his fanaticism as he was…

Maximilien de Robespierre was the mastermind of the Reign of Terror the dark side of the French Revolution that perverted its high ideals of democracy with fanaticism and cruelty. Only Robespierre’s own beheading ended the slaughter.

An example of the style of clothing worn by the working class around the time of the French Revolution. With the outbreak of the revolution in 1789, people began to use fashion as a means of expressing one’s ideology. The revolutionaries regarded luxurious and extravagant silk as the symbol of aristocracy, the enemies of the revolution, replacing it with linen and cotton worn by the lower classes, in an attempt to distance themselves from the previous era. ©The Kyoto Costume Institute

An example of the style of clothing worn by the working class around the time of the French Revolution. With the outbreak of the revolution in people began to use fashion as a means of.