The Gallo-Roman civilization, born in Gaul, after the Roman conquest at the end of the 1st century B.C., presents an original face. It is the result of the fusion between the political and social model borrowed from Rome and the peculiarities of the Gallic world. The same goes for the Gallo-Roman fashion.Toilet and beauty are inspired directly by Roman practices. If the Roman outfits seem more appropriate for the greatoccasions, a new fashion is born, as a sign of the evolution in local taste and preference.The analysis of the various sources (texts, sculpture, Grave discoveries...) allowed us to reconstruct the outfits that the Gallo-Romans could carry, depending on their social status and circumstances.This exhibition includes about fifteen men's, women's and children's outfits. It is enriched by numerous accessories (shoes, jewellery), examples of feminine hairstyles, as well as a presentation of textiles and dyes used during this era.