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  • Anne-Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I wearing a white and gold Elizabethan lace collar in the 2005 mini-series "The Virgin Queen."
    • BBC

    The Virgin Queen

    2005

    Costume seen on Anne-Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I

  • Angela Pleasance as Queen Elizabeth I wearing a white and gold Elizabethan lace collar 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

  • Rupert Everett as Camilla Fritton wearing a white and gold Elizabethan lace collar in the 2007 film "St. Trinian's."
    • Entertainment Film Distributors
    • Ealing Studios

    St. Trinian's

    2007

    Costume seen on Rupert Everett as Camilla Fritton

  • Close-up of a model wearing a white and gold Elizabethan lace collar in a 2008 LKXA Youth Bank advertisement.
    • LKXA Youth Bank

    LKXA Youth Bank

    2008

    Costume seen on a model in a Youth Bank ad

  • Beyoncé wearing a white and gold Elizabethan lace collar in a 2013 O2 Priority commercial.
    • The O2
    • AEG

    O2 Priority

    2013

    Costume seen on Beyoncé in a 02 Priority TV Commercial

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This Elizabethan collar was first seen in the 2005 production The Virgin Queen, in which all of Anne-Marie Duff’s costumes were custom made for her. It went on to be used again in 2007 in Doctor Who by Angela Pleasence as Queen Elizabeth I in the episode The Shakespeare Code. It was seen again in 2007 on Rupert Everett as Camilla Fritton in St. Trinian’s. The collar was used again on a model in an ad for LKXA Youth Bank, and in 2013 was worn by Beyoncé in a television commercial for O2 Priority, which you can view here.

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About the Costume

This Elizabethan collar was first seen in the 2005 production The Virgin Queen, in which all of Anne-Marie Duff’s costumes were custom made for her. It went on to be used again in 2007 in Doctor Who by Angela Pleasence as Queen Elizabeth I in the episode The Shakespeare Code. It was seen again in 2007 on Rupert Everett as Camilla Fritton in St. Trinian’s. The collar was used again on a model in an ad for LKXA Youth Bank, and in 2013 was worn by Beyoncé in a television commercial for O2 Priority, which you can view here.

This Elizabethan collar was first seen in the 2005 production The Virgin Queen, in which all of Anne-Marie Duff’s costumes were custom made for her. It went on to be used again in 2007 in Doctor Who by Angela Pleasence as Queen Elizabeth I in the episode The Shakespeare Code. It was seen again in 2007 on Rupert Everett as Camilla Fritton in St. Trinian’s. The collar was used again on a model in an ad for LKXA Youth Bank, and in 2013 was worn by Beyoncé in a television commercial for O2 Priority, which you can view here.

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  1. Another ruff used in “The Virgin Queen” was first seen on the book cover of “The Virgins Lover” book by Philippa Gregory in 2004. Later it was seen on “The Virgin Queen” 2005 on an exta As a courtier and finally, it was used on “The Tudors” 2010 on Tamzin Merchant as Katherine Howard.

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  1. Another ruff used in “The Virgin Queen” was first seen on the book cover of “The Virgins Lover” book by Philippa Gregory in 2004. Later it was seen on “The Virgin Queen” 2005 on an exta As a courtier and finally, it was used on “The Tudors” 2010 on Tamzin Merchant as Katherine Howard.

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  1. Another ruff used in “The Virgin Queen” was first seen on the book cover of “The Virgins Lover” book by Philippa Gregory in 2004. Later it was seen on “The Virgin Queen” 2005 on an exta As a courtier and finally, it was used on “The Tudors” 2010 on Tamzin Merchant as Katherine Howard.

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