The French Revolution overthrew the Ancient Regime society, its values and its clothing habits. A new society is born, with young people eager to be noticed by their outfits and their extravagances. These are "the Incredible and the Wonderful", which bring to the climax the tendencies of a new daring fashion. Mrs. Tallien or Josephine de Beauharnais are then fashion figures in this period. This clothing revolution mainly concerns women's attire. For a while, women give up hoops, corsets, all these accessories designed to shape the body. The materials used also change, with many cotton fabrics, appreciated for lightness and practical use.The sophistication in fashion now lies in styling, the way of draping, and adorning the dress.Strongly inspired by Antiquity, this new aesthetic will continue until the end of the Napoleonic era, with however a few improvements because the Emperor searchs for the decorum and good taste in clothing.This exhibition features reconstituted men's, women's and children's outfits, as well as vintage accessories to showcase.This exhibition was presented at the National Museum of the castle of Malmaison in 2008 and at the castle in Arenenberg (Switzerland) in 2016.