Gothic clothing, on the other hand, was characterized by the multiplicity of editing that emphasized the shape of the figure. In the Renaissance period, every European country was characterized by a slightly different culture and its clothing varied. For Italy, where the Renaissance arose, typical clothing was fashionable, Spanish fashion was clamped as Spanish manners, in Hungary clothing was influenced by Turkish culture and dress style, and in the German countries fashion was a combination of French, Austrian and Italian fashion. Baroque fashion, unlike Renaissance fashion, did not have its own unique form in every country. The nobility throughout Europe has tried to bring it all closer to the French magnificent royal court of Louis XIV, which set the tone of European fashion and culture in the second half of the 17th century.