The macaroni style was an extreme fashion that came into vogue in certain circles in the 1760s up to the French Revolution. It was never a mainstream fashion but did represent the extreme decadence that the privileged could aspire to. Of course, it quickly went out of vogue with the arrival of Revolution.

The Macaroni Painter How D'ye Like Me?
My Son Tom
Pantheon Macaroni, 1773 The Polite Maccaroni
The Maccaroni Courtship


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