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  • An extra as a circus performer wearing a pink and orange headdress decorated with sequins and feathers in the 1983 film "Octopussy."
    • United Artists

    Octopussy

    1983

    Costume seen on an extra as a circus performer

  • An extra as a showgirl wearing a pink and orange headdress decorated with sequins and feathers in the 1987 Pet Shop Boys music video "What Have I Done to Deserve This?"
    • Warner Music Group

    What Have I Done to Deserve This? Music Video

    1987

    Costume seen on an extra as a showgirl

  • Annie Lennox wearing a pink and orange headdress decorated with sequins and feathers in her 1992 music video "Why?"
    • Universal Music Publishing Group

    Why? Music Video

    1992

    Costume seen on Annie Lennox

  • An extra as Annie Lennox wearing a pink and orange headdress decorated with sequins and feathers in the 1992 Annie Lennox music video "Little Bird."
    • Universal Music Publishing Group

    Little Bird Music Video

    1992

    Costume seen on an extra as Annie Lennox

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About the Costume

In 1983 this interesting headdress was worn for the first time by an extra as a circus performer in the James Bond movie Octopussy. What Have I Done to Deserve This?, the 1987 Pet Shop Boys music video, used the headdress on an extra. In 1992, Annie Lennox would wear it for her music video Why? Another Annie Lennox music video from 1992, Little Bird, used the piece on an extra impersonating Annie Lennox.

 

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About the Costume

In 1983 this interesting headdress was worn for the first time by an extra as a circus performer in the James Bond movie Octopussy. What Have I Done to Deserve This?, the 1987 Pet Shop Boys music video, used the headdress on an extra. In 1992, Annie Lennox would wear it for her music video Why? Another Annie Lennox music video from 1992, Little Bird, used the piece on an extra impersonating Annie Lennox.

 

In 1983 this interesting headdress was worn for the first time by an extra as a circus performer in the James Bond movie Octopussy. What Have I Done to Deserve This?, the 1987 Pet Shop Boys music video, used the headdress on an extra. In 1992, Annie Lennox would wear it for her music video Why? Another Annie Lennox music video from 1992, Little Bird, used the piece on an extra impersonating Annie Lennox.

 

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Sighting Credit:
  • Ian
  • Laura
  • Suzanne
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Costume Designer:
  • Emma Porteous

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