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    • The Weinstein Company

    The Artist

    2011

    Costume seen on Bérénice Bejo as Peppy Miller

    • ABC Signature

    Once Upon A Time: Sympathy for the De Vil

    2015

    Costume seen on Victoria Smurfit as Cruella De Vil

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About the Costume

This black and silver beaded flapper gown first appeared in the 2011 movie The Artist, where Bérénice Bejo wore it as Peppy Miller. Costumes for the film were designed by Mark Bridges, who won an Academy Award for Best Costume Design. This gown appears to have been purchased from the company Leluxe Clothing (Now Deco Haus), which specializes in beaded flapper-era dresses and has a history of having its pieces show up in various Hollywood productions. 

The gown was seen again more recently in 2015 in the Once Upon a Time episode Sympathy for the De Vil, where Victoria Smurfit wore it as Cruella De Vil. Though some fabric has been added around the plunging neckline, it is most definitely the same design.

While these two gowns may not be the exact same piece, it’s entirely possible that they could be. Even clothing purchased off the rack by designers usually winds up going into the rental stock of a costume house, and it could easily have been pulled for use in Once Upon a Time. The fact that this gown was not available at the time for Once Upon a Time also lends credence to the idea that these could indeed be the exact same piece. However, the gown appears to be back in stock and is one of the company’s regular offerings. It can be found here. 

 

 

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About the Costume

This black and silver beaded flapper gown first appeared in the 2011 movie The Artist, where Bérénice Bejo wore it as Peppy Miller. Costumes for the film were designed by Mark Bridges, who won an Academy Award for Best Costume Design. This gown appears to have been purchased from the company Leluxe Clothing (Now Deco Haus), which specializes in beaded flapper-era dresses and has a history of having its pieces show up in various Hollywood productions. 

The gown was seen again more recently in 2015 in the Once Upon a Time episode Sympathy for the De Vil, where Victoria Smurfit wore it as Cruella De Vil. Though some fabric has been added around the plunging neckline, it is most definitely the same design.

While these two gowns may not be the exact same piece, it’s entirely possible that they could be. Even clothing purchased off the rack by designers usually winds up going into the rental stock of a costume house, and it could easily have been pulled for use in Once Upon a Time. The fact that this gown was not available at the time for Once Upon a Time also lends credence to the idea that these could indeed be the exact same piece. However, the gown appears to be back in stock and is one of the company’s regular offerings. It can be found here. 

 

 

This black and silver beaded flapper gown first appeared in the 2011 movie The Artist, where Bérénice Bejo wore it as Peppy Miller. Costumes for the film were designed by Mark Bridges, who won an Academy Award for Best Costume Design. This gown appears to have been purchased from the company Leluxe Clothing (Now Deco Haus), which specializes in beaded flapper-era dresses and has a history of having its pieces show up in various Hollywood productions. 

The gown was seen again more recently in 2015 in the Once Upon a Time episode Sympathy for the De Vil, where Victoria Smurfit wore it as Cruella De Vil. Though some fabric has been added around the plunging neckline, it is most definitely the same design.

While these two gowns may not be the exact same piece, it’s entirely possible that they could be. Even clothing purchased off the rack by designers usually winds up going into the rental stock of a costume house, and it could easily have been pulled for use in Once Upon a Time. The fact that this gown was not available at the time for Once Upon a Time also lends credence to the idea that these could indeed be the exact same piece. However, the gown appears to be back in stock and is one of the company’s regular offerings. It can be found here. 

 

 

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