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  • Romola Garai as Barbara Spooner wearing a green velvet cap in the 2006 film "Amazing Grace."
    • Bristol Bay Productions
    • Samuel Goldwyn Films

    Amazing Grace

    2006

    Costume seen on Romola Garai as Barbara Spooner

  • Chloe Pirrie as Isabella Knightley wearing a green velvet cap decorated with a brown feather in the 2020 film "Emma."
    • Working Title Films
    • Focus Features

    Emma

    2020

    Costume seen on Chloe Pirrie as Isabella Knightley

  • Agni Scott as Mrs. Sophia Croft wearing a green velvet cap decorated with a brown feather in the 2022 film "Persuasion."
    • Netflix

    Persuasion

    2022

    Costume seen on Agni Scott as Mrs. Sophia Croft

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About the Costume

Inspired by the shape of the graduation cap (also known as an academic cap, graduate cap, mortarboard, or trencher), this hat was probably designed by Jenny Beavan for Romola Garai as Barbara Spooner in the 2006 Amazing Grace.

It was adorned with decorative but fussy feathers for the next known use on Chloe Pirrie as the equally fussy and clucky Isabella Knightly in the 2020 Emma.

The feathery velvet cap was lastly reused on Agni Scott’s Mrs. Croft for the 2022 Persuasion.

 

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Additional Images

About the Costume

Inspired by the shape of the graduation cap (also known as an academic cap, graduate cap, mortarboard, or trencher), this hat was probably designed by Jenny Beavan for Romola Garai as Barbara Spooner in the 2006 Amazing Grace.

It was adorned with decorative but fussy feathers for the next known use on Chloe Pirrie as the equally fussy and clucky Isabella Knightly in the 2020 Emma.

The feathery velvet cap was lastly reused on Agni Scott’s Mrs. Croft for the 2022 Persuasion.

 

Inspired by the shape of the graduation cap (also known as an academic cap, graduate cap, mortarboard, or trencher), this hat was probably designed by Jenny Beavan for Romola Garai as Barbara Spooner in the 2006 Amazing Grace.

It was adorned with decorative but fussy feathers for the next known use on Chloe Pirrie as the equally fussy and clucky Isabella Knightly in the 2020 Emma.

The feathery velvet cap was lastly reused on Agni Scott’s Mrs. Croft for the 2022 Persuasion.

 

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