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  • Golden Globes: NBC Party Red Carpet

    2010

    Costume seen on Amanda Palmer

    • BBC Wales

    Doctor Who: Mummy on the Orient Express

    2014

    Costume seen on Jenna Coleman as Clara

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About the Costume

While this costume is not strictly a recycled costume, nor does this blog intend to follow runway fashion, with a few notable exceptions, this dress is being noted because it is an example of how costume designers can take off-the-rack clothing and use it for a costume.

This gown, called “The Vamp,” was designed by Leluxe Clothing Co. (Now Deco Haus) and used to be available in several different colors, but it no longer seems to be available. 

American singer Amanda Palmer wore this black copper design to the 2010 Golden Globes NBC party. She wore the dress without a slip – not that it mattered because, at one point, she took off her underwear and, at another point, unhooked the entire dress, all while on the red carpet.

The same design was purchased for the 2014 episode of Doctor Who, entitled Mummy on the Orient Express, where Jenna Coleman wore it as Clara Oswald.

The copper version of this dress was also purchased for use on Lily Rabe as Nora Montgomery in the 2011 first season of American Horror Story.

About the Costume

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Have you ever watched a film and noticed a character walk by in a gown that you just know you’ve seen before? Recycled Movie Costumes is dedicated to documenting the life of a costume through its various appearances on film and television.

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About the Costume

While this costume is not strictly a recycled costume, nor does this blog intend to follow runway fashion, with a few notable exceptions, this dress is being noted because it is an example of how costume designers can take off-the-rack clothing and use it for a costume.

This gown, called “The Vamp,” was designed by Leluxe Clothing Co. (Now Deco Haus) and used to be available in several different colors, but it no longer seems to be available. 

American singer Amanda Palmer wore this black copper design to the 2010 Golden Globes NBC party. She wore the dress without a slip – not that it mattered because, at one point, she took off her underwear and, at another point, unhooked the entire dress, all while on the red carpet.

The same design was purchased for the 2014 episode of Doctor Who, entitled Mummy on the Orient Express, where Jenna Coleman wore it as Clara Oswald.

The copper version of this dress was also purchased for use on Lily Rabe as Nora Montgomery in the 2011 first season of American Horror Story.

While this costume is not strictly a recycled costume, nor does this blog intend to follow runway fashion, with a few notable exceptions, this dress is being noted because it is an example of how costume designers can take off-the-rack clothing and use it for a costume.

This gown, called “The Vamp,” was designed by Leluxe Clothing Co. (Now Deco Haus) and used to be available in several different colors, but it no longer seems to be available. 

American singer Amanda Palmer wore this black copper design to the 2010 Golden Globes NBC party. She wore the dress without a slip – not that it mattered because, at one point, she took off her underwear and, at another point, unhooked the entire dress, all while on the red carpet.

The same design was purchased for the 2014 episode of Doctor Who, entitled Mummy on the Orient Express, where Jenna Coleman wore it as Clara Oswald.

The copper version of this dress was also purchased for use on Lily Rabe as Nora Montgomery in the 2011 first season of American Horror Story.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • The Costumers Closet
  • The Girls Who Time Forgot
  • Deco Haus
Costume Designer:
  • Deco Haus

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