Because of the Netflix drama’s overwhelming success, many were quick to tie the video’s opulent aesthetic to that of Bridgerton. But while her extravagant look — which also includes drop earrings and rings by Vram jewelry, an oversized black hair bow, and a larger-than-life skirt — certainly gives off the same energy as those worn by the cast did, in reality, it appears to be reminiscent of a much earlier period than the Regency era. Apart from the very modern details (electricity, for one!), the video pulls inspiration from the Baroque period, which started in the 1600s and ended in the mid-1700s, as well as the Rococo era, which capped off the Baroque chapter, ending in the 1770s. Think: rich colors, elaborate designs, and ultra luxurious fabrics. Those historical moments, and Sofia Coppola’s sumptuous Marie Antoinette, which was based on the French queen who died in 1793 and inspired Gaultier’s ‘98 collection.