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  • Jannis Niewöhner as Maximilian wearing a brown tunic with gold embroidery in the 2017 mini-series "Maximilian: Das Spiel von Macht und Liebe: Maximilian and Marie De Bourgogne."
    • MR TV-Film

    Maximilian: Das Spiel von Macht und Liebe (Maximilian and Marie De Bourgogne)

    2017

    Costume seen on Jannis Niewöhner as Maximilian

  • Nicholas Audsley as Lord Strange wearing a brown tunic with gold embroidery in the 2017 mini-series "The White Princess."
    • Starz!

    The White Princess

    2017

    Costume seen on Nicholas Audsley as Lord Strange

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This lovely embroidered costume likely originated in the 2017 production Maximilian: Das Spiel von Macht und Liebe (Maximillian and Marie de Bourgogne), where it was worn by  Jannis Niewöhner as Maximillian. Several costumes from Maximilian were used again the same year in The White Princess – in this instance, by Nicholas Audsley playing Lord Strange.

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About the Costume

This lovely embroidered costume likely originated in the 2017 production Maximilian: Das Spiel von Macht und Liebe (Maximillian and Marie de Bourgogne), where it was worn by  Jannis Niewöhner as Maximillian. Several costumes from Maximilian were used again the same year in The White Princess – in this instance, by Nicholas Audsley playing Lord Strange.

This lovely embroidered costume likely originated in the 2017 production Maximilian: Das Spiel von Macht und Liebe (Maximillian and Marie de Bourgogne), where it was worn by  Jannis Niewöhner as Maximillian. Several costumes from Maximilian were used again the same year in The White Princess – in this instance, by Nicholas Audsley playing Lord Strange.

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  1. This is interesting – most probably originally designed for Maximilian by Thomas Oháh. The eagle-insignia in gold embroidery (or whatever might mimic the timeconsuming and therefore expensive embroidery) makes this an official garment for the sovereign of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation (think that’s the proper translation for it?). Reminds me vaguely of the “Adler-Dalmatica”, the coronation vestment for the Roman-German emperors from 1350 on. – Which makes this reuse on Lord Strange, a nobleman presumably of the English court in “The white princess” a bit… strange to random.

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  1. This is interesting – most probably originally designed for Maximilian by Thomas Oháh. The eagle-insignia in gold embroidery (or whatever might mimic the timeconsuming and therefore expensive embroidery) makes this an official garment for the sovereign of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation (think that’s the proper translation for it?). Reminds me vaguely of the “Adler-Dalmatica”, the coronation vestment for the Roman-German emperors from 1350 on. – Which makes this reuse on Lord Strange, a nobleman presumably of the English court in “The white princess” a bit… strange to random.

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  1. This is interesting – most probably originally designed for Maximilian by Thomas Oháh. The eagle-insignia in gold embroidery (or whatever might mimic the timeconsuming and therefore expensive embroidery) makes this an official garment for the sovereign of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation (think that’s the proper translation for it?). Reminds me vaguely of the “Adler-Dalmatica”, the coronation vestment for the Roman-German emperors from 1350 on. – Which makes this reuse on Lord Strange, a nobleman presumably of the English court in “The white princess” a bit… strange to random.

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