The Americas had yet to be divided into North and South while Antarctica was off the books and Australia, "New Holland," was only partially mapped. From marinni.livejournal.com; posted 24 November 2012.
Women wearing high Fontanges headdresses and mantuas are shown interacting with the locals. The lady to the left in Asia wears an apron and a lower bodice covering. Their bodices appear to be vests from which arms emerge. Bustles were small at this time while Fontanges were big and tall. A Lady in Africa, America, and Asia wear stomacher sections with chevron decorations.