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  • Pauline Moran as Miss Lemon wearing a red cardigan with a white bow with red and black stripes in the 1989 series "Poirot."
    • ITV

    Poirot: The Dream & The Adventure of the Clapham Cook

    1989

    Costume seen on Pauline Moran as Miss Lemon

  • Marion Cotillard as Edith Piaf wearing a red cardigan with a white bow with red and black stripes in the 2007 film "La Vie en Rose."
    • Légende Films
    • Bruno Calvo
    • Photo 12
    • Alamy

    La Vie en Rose

    2007

    Costume seen on Marion Cotillard as Edith Piaf

  • Natasha Little as Ann Shapland wearing a red cardigan with a white bow with red and black stripes in the episode "Cat Among the Pigeons" of the 2008 series "Poirot."
    • ITV

    Poirot: Cat Among the Pigeons

    2008

    Costume seen on Natasha Little as Ann Shapland

  • An uncredited actress as an extra wearing a red cardigan with a white bow with red and black stripes in the 2014 mini-series "Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond."
    • BBC America

    Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond

    2014

    Costume seen on an extra

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About the Costume

This charming red sweater with a bow has been seen several times over the years. It was worn by Pauline Moran as Miss Lemon twice in 1989 episodes of Poirot – first in The Dream and next in The Adventures of the Clapham Cook. The sweater was not seen again until 2007, when Marion Cotillard wore it as Edith Piaf in La Vie en Rose. In 2008 Natasha Little wore the costume as Ann Shapland in the Poirot episode Cat Among the Pigeons, and in 2014 it was seen on an extra in Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond. 

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About the Costume

This charming red sweater with a bow has been seen several times over the years. It was worn by Pauline Moran as Miss Lemon twice in 1989 episodes of Poirot – first in The Dream and next in The Adventures of the Clapham Cook. The sweater was not seen again until 2007, when Marion Cotillard wore it as Edith Piaf in La Vie en Rose. In 2008 Natasha Little wore the costume as Ann Shapland in the Poirot episode Cat Among the Pigeons, and in 2014 it was seen on an extra in Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond. 

This charming red sweater with a bow has been seen several times over the years. It was worn by Pauline Moran as Miss Lemon twice in 1989 episodes of Poirot – first in The Dream and next in The Adventures of the Clapham Cook. The sweater was not seen again until 2007, when Marion Cotillard wore it as Edith Piaf in La Vie en Rose. In 2008 Natasha Little wore the costume as Ann Shapland in the Poirot episode Cat Among the Pigeons, and in 2014 it was seen on an extra in Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond. 

Credits

Sighting Credit:
Photos provided by:
  • Anita
  • carsNcors
  • Alexandra
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
  • Suzanne
  • Julia Spicer
Costume Designer:
  • Elizabeth Waller

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