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    • Warner Bros.

    Barry Lyndon

    1975

    Costume seen on Marisa Berenson as Lady Honoria Lyndon

    • Columbia Pictures

    Marie Antoinette

    2006

    Costume seen on Kirsten Dunst as Marie Antoinette

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About the Costume

Stanley Kubrick is known for his innovative camera work and attention to detail in his films. Barry Lyndon is no exception. Kubrick researched the 18th Century in great detail, and all props, costumes, sets and lighting were made to look as realistic as possible.

Francis Wilson is attributed with the creation of the various bonnets and hats for the production, and this beautiful piece, accented with lace, yellow ribbon and an ostrich feather has been used twice – both times in films in which Milena Canonero was costume designer. It is very likely that Francis Wilson and Milena Canonero had to work closely together to create specific hats for each costume. The hat was first worn by Marisa Berenson as Lady Honoria Lyndon in the 1975 Barry Lyndon, and then it was seen again in 2006 on Kirsten Dunst as Marie Antoinette in Sophia Coppola’s film of the same name. It should be noted that both Marie Antoinette and Barry Lydon won Academy Awards for Best Costume Design.

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About the Costume

Stanley Kubrick is known for his innovative camera work and attention to detail in his films. Barry Lyndon is no exception. Kubrick researched the 18th Century in great detail, and all props, costumes, sets and lighting were made to look as realistic as possible.

Francis Wilson is attributed with the creation of the various bonnets and hats for the production, and this beautiful piece, accented with lace, yellow ribbon and an ostrich feather has been used twice – both times in films in which Milena Canonero was costume designer. It is very likely that Francis Wilson and Milena Canonero had to work closely together to create specific hats for each costume. The hat was first worn by Marisa Berenson as Lady Honoria Lyndon in the 1975 Barry Lyndon, and then it was seen again in 2006 on Kirsten Dunst as Marie Antoinette in Sophia Coppola’s film of the same name. It should be noted that both Marie Antoinette and Barry Lydon won Academy Awards for Best Costume Design.

Stanley Kubrick is known for his innovative camera work and attention to detail in his films. Barry Lyndon is no exception. Kubrick researched the 18th Century in great detail, and all props, costumes, sets and lighting were made to look as realistic as possible.

Francis Wilson is attributed with the creation of the various bonnets and hats for the production, and this beautiful piece, accented with lace, yellow ribbon and an ostrich feather has been used twice – both times in films in which Milena Canonero was costume designer. It is very likely that Francis Wilson and Milena Canonero had to work closely together to create specific hats for each costume. The hat was first worn by Marisa Berenson as Lady Honoria Lyndon in the 1975 Barry Lyndon, and then it was seen again in 2006 on Kirsten Dunst as Marie Antoinette in Sophia Coppola’s film of the same name. It should be noted that both Marie Antoinette and Barry Lydon won Academy Awards for Best Costume Design.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Grace
Photos provided by:
  • Grace
Costume Designer:
  • Francis Wilson

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