This month’s theme is cosmopolitanism. The two fashion plates, both of promenade costumes, feature fashions from multiple countries around the globe. The first plate, labeled “In the Egyptian Style,” looks like something a traveler to the Middle East might wear, don’t you think? Visually, the second is far less obviously geographically situated, but its description features a “high French ruff,” a “cassoc coat”, an “Austrian tippet,” and an “Arcadian hat.” Though the hat’s adjective in all likelihood refers less to the headgear’s provenance and more to its overall rural or rustic feel . . .