Johana of Pernstejn
the last third of the 16th century, white dresses with gold
decor were also mentioned and depicted . The court lady of
Empress Maria of Spain, Johana of Pernštejn, and her husband
Fernando de Aragon y Gurrea, Duke of Villahermosa, were also
depicted in white clothing.
The garment is saya entera, ie outer garment with long-sleeves (mangas de
punta) used for the most solemn purposes. The pattern is based
on a pattern book by Juan de Alcega (1580). A portrait of Johana
of Penštejn by Rolam de Mois, circa 1585, Lobkovický Palac,
Prague Castle was used as an artwork.