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  • Quentin Crisp as Queen Elizabeth I wearing a cream and gold headpiece adorned with white and orange stones and pearls in the 1992 film "Orlando."
    • Adventure Pictures

    Orlando

    1992

    Costume seen on Quentin Crisp as Queen Elizabeth I

  • Geraldine Chaplin as the Empress Munodi wearing a cream and gold headpiece adorned with white and orange stones in the 1996 film "Gulliver's Travels."
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)
    • Channel 4 Television

    Gulliver's Travels

    1996

    Costume seen on Geraldine Chaplin as the Empress Munodi

  • Anne-Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I wearing a cream and gold headpiece adorned with white and orange stones and pearls in the 2005 mini-series "The Virgin Queen."
    • BBC

    The Virgin Queen

    2005

    Costume seen on Anne-Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I

  • Angela Pleasence as Queen Elizabeth I wearing a cream and gold headpiece adorned with white and orange stones and pearls in the episode "The Shakespeare Code" of the 2007 series "Doctor Who."
    • BBC Wales

    Doctor Who: The Shakespeare Code

    2007

    Costume seen on Angela Pleasence as Queen Elizabeth I

  • Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn wearing a cream and gold headpiece adorned with white and orange stones and pearls in the 2007 series "The Tudors."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2007

    Costume seen on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn

  • Chiara de Luca as Marie de Médici wearing a cream and gold headpiece adorned with white and orange stones and pearls in the episode "L'Assassinat 'Henri IV (The Assassination of Henry IV)" of the 2009 series "Ce jour la, tout a change (The Days that Made History)."
    • France 2 (FR2)

    Ce jour là, tout a changé: L'Assassinat d'Henri IV (The Days that Made History: The Assassination of Henry IV)

    2009

    Costume seen on Chiara de Luca as Marie de Médici

  • Helen McCrory as Queen Elizabeth I wearing a cream and gold headpiece adorned with white and orange stoned and pearls in the 2015 film "Bill."
    • BBC Films

    Bill

    2015

    Costume seen on Helen McCrory as Queen Elizabeth I

  • Michelle Keegan as Queen Elizabeth I wearing a cream and gold headpiece adorned with white and orange stones and pearls in the 2016 series "Drunk History (UK)."
    • Comedy Central

    Drunk History (UK)

    2016

    Costume seen on Michelle Keegan as Queen Elizabeth I

  • Emma Thompson as Queen Elizabeth I wearing a cream and gold headpiece adorned with white and orange stones and pearls in the episode "A Christmas Crow" of the 2017 series "Upstart Crow."
    • BBC

    Upstart Crow: A Christmas Crow

    2017

    Costume seen on Emma Thompson as Queen Elizabeth I

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About the Costume

This impressive piece was first designed for Quentin Crisp as Queen Elizabeth I in the 1992 film Orlando, likely by Sandy Powell. The 1996 television mini-series Gulliver’s Travels featured the piece again on Geraldine Chaplin as Empress Munodi. The 2005 mini-series The Virgin Queen would find the crown worn by Anne-Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I. Angela Pleasance would be the next actress to portray Queen Elizabeth I and wear the piece in the BBC television series Doctor Who for the 2007 third season episode The Shakespeare Code. The 2007 season of The Tudors used the piece on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn. Actress Chiara de Luca was sighted wearing it as Marie de Médici in the 2009 French television series Ce jour là, tout a changé: L’Assassinat d’Henri IV (The Days that Made History: The Assassination of Henry IV). The 2015 film Bill utilized the piece on Helen McCrory as Queen Elizabeth I. 2016’s British television series Drunk History found the headdress being worn by Michelle Keegan as Queen Elizabeth I. The actress Emma Thompson would also be seen in the piece during her take on Queen Elizabeth I for 2017’s Upstart Crow, a BBC sitcom commemorating the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare.

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About the Costume

This impressive piece was first designed for Quentin Crisp as Queen Elizabeth I in the 1992 film Orlando, likely by Sandy Powell. The 1996 television mini-series Gulliver’s Travels featured the piece again on Geraldine Chaplin as Empress Munodi. The 2005 mini-series The Virgin Queen would find the crown worn by Anne-Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I. Angela Pleasance would be the next actress to portray Queen Elizabeth I and wear the piece in the BBC television series Doctor Who for the 2007 third season episode The Shakespeare Code. The 2007 season of The Tudors used the piece on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn. Actress Chiara de Luca was sighted wearing it as Marie de Médici in the 2009 French television series Ce jour là, tout a changé: L’Assassinat d’Henri IV (The Days that Made History: The Assassination of Henry IV). The 2015 film Bill utilized the piece on Helen McCrory as Queen Elizabeth I. 2016’s British television series Drunk History found the headdress being worn by Michelle Keegan as Queen Elizabeth I. The actress Emma Thompson would also be seen in the piece during her take on Queen Elizabeth I for 2017’s Upstart Crow, a BBC sitcom commemorating the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare.

This impressive piece was first designed for Quentin Crisp as Queen Elizabeth I in the 1992 film Orlando, likely by Sandy Powell. The 1996 television mini-series Gulliver’s Travels featured the piece again on Geraldine Chaplin as Empress Munodi. The 2005 mini-series The Virgin Queen would find the crown worn by Anne-Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I. Angela Pleasance would be the next actress to portray Queen Elizabeth I and wear the piece in the BBC television series Doctor Who for the 2007 third season episode The Shakespeare Code. The 2007 season of The Tudors used the piece on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn. Actress Chiara de Luca was sighted wearing it as Marie de Médici in the 2009 French television series Ce jour là, tout a changé: L’Assassinat d’Henri IV (The Days that Made History: The Assassination of Henry IV). The 2015 film Bill utilized the piece on Helen McCrory as Queen Elizabeth I. 2016’s British television series Drunk History found the headdress being worn by Michelle Keegan as Queen Elizabeth I. The actress Emma Thompson would also be seen in the piece during her take on Queen Elizabeth I for 2017’s Upstart Crow, a BBC sitcom commemorating the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare.

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  • Cintia
  • Mim
  • Katie S.
  • Kelsea
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
  • Phil
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  • Sandy Powell

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Costume Commentary

  1. This one gets used so much they must just keep it next to the water fountain at the costume department. “Oh, that spray headpiece? It’s over there.”

  2. I notice that two ladies wear feather headdress that look similar to the feather headdresses shown on the Tudors in the dancing seen involving Anne Boleyn. They probably are the same or not, or maybe there was some work done on them.

  3. The headpiece was also reused on Chiara de Luca as Marie de Medici in “Ce jour là, tout a changé – L’Assassinat d’Henri IV” 2009. So judging by the number of reused ones, it was this part of the series you’ve mentioned before, wasn’t it?

  4. the headdress is also worn by helen mcrory as elizabeth I in “bill”. maybe with a whole other headdress worn behind it or a second layer added.

  5. Guys, check this!!
    I think I saw this headdress (or a very, very similar one) on “Gulliver’s Travels” (1996), worn by Geraldine Chaplin as the Empress Munodi.

    Sadly, the quality of the video was awful, and the screencaps are terrible, but I think there’s a high possibility that this headdress is actually the same we see here.

    Any thoughts?

  6. Thanks Anna! Yeah, I’ve seen the collar quite a few times. I’m going to have to pull all of those sightings together soon and give the collar its own page! 🙂

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Costume Commentary

  1. This one gets used so much they must just keep it next to the water fountain at the costume department. “Oh, that spray headpiece? It’s over there.”

  2. I notice that two ladies wear feather headdress that look similar to the feather headdresses shown on the Tudors in the dancing seen involving Anne Boleyn. They probably are the same or not, or maybe there was some work done on them.

  3. The headpiece was also reused on Chiara de Luca as Marie de Medici in “Ce jour là, tout a changé – L’Assassinat d’Henri IV” 2009. So judging by the number of reused ones, it was this part of the series you’ve mentioned before, wasn’t it?

  4. the headdress is also worn by helen mcrory as elizabeth I in “bill”. maybe with a whole other headdress worn behind it or a second layer added.

  5. Guys, check this!!
    I think I saw this headdress (or a very, very similar one) on “Gulliver’s Travels” (1996), worn by Geraldine Chaplin as the Empress Munodi.

    Sadly, the quality of the video was awful, and the screencaps are terrible, but I think there’s a high possibility that this headdress is actually the same we see here.

    Any thoughts?

  6. Thanks Anna! Yeah, I’ve seen the collar quite a few times. I’m going to have to pull all of those sightings together soon and give the collar its own page! 🙂

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Costume Commentary

  1. This one gets used so much they must just keep it next to the water fountain at the costume department. “Oh, that spray headpiece? It’s over there.”

  2. I notice that two ladies wear feather headdress that look similar to the feather headdresses shown on the Tudors in the dancing seen involving Anne Boleyn. They probably are the same or not, or maybe there was some work done on them.

  3. The headpiece was also reused on Chiara de Luca as Marie de Medici in “Ce jour là, tout a changé – L’Assassinat d’Henri IV” 2009. So judging by the number of reused ones, it was this part of the series you’ve mentioned before, wasn’t it?

  4. the headdress is also worn by helen mcrory as elizabeth I in “bill”. maybe with a whole other headdress worn behind it or a second layer added.

  5. Guys, check this!!
    I think I saw this headdress (or a very, very similar one) on “Gulliver’s Travels” (1996), worn by Geraldine Chaplin as the Empress Munodi.

    Sadly, the quality of the video was awful, and the screencaps are terrible, but I think there’s a high possibility that this headdress is actually the same we see here.

    Any thoughts?

  6. Thanks Anna! Yeah, I’ve seen the collar quite a few times. I’m going to have to pull all of those sightings together soon and give the collar its own page! 🙂

Comment