A few studies of costumes for my Kharaman Empire culture. Obviously drawn from Ottoman/Byzantine/Mughal and Persian fashion with leggings inspired by depictions of Amazons in Greek art. One idea is that fashion in the Empire isn’t sharply divided between masculine and feminine. There’s more of a spectrum in between the extremes. Also there are a lot of classes and ranks represented here from male and female dancers and prostitutes to soldiers of both sexes, tradespeople, laborers and aristocrats.