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    • Universal Pictures

    Frost/Nixon

    2008

    Costume seen on Rebecca Hall as Caroline Cushing

    • Bleecker Street Films
    • Entertainment One

    Trumbo

    2015

    Costume seen on Elle Fanning as Niki Trumbo

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About the Costume

Rebecca Hall initially wore this orange dress as Caroline Cushing in the 2008 film Frost/Nixon. It was then re-worn by Elle Fanning as Niki Trumbo in the final scene of the 2015 film Trumbo.  

Costume designer Daniel Orlandi worked on both films, making it almost certain that these are the same piece. 

Neither Rebecca Hall nor Elle Fanning are strangers to recycled costumes, though they’ve generally been spotted in reuses from period dramas in the past. So it is interesting to see them both in more modern clothing.

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About the Costume

Rebecca Hall initially wore this orange dress as Caroline Cushing in the 2008 film Frost/Nixon. It was then re-worn by Elle Fanning as Niki Trumbo in the final scene of the 2015 film Trumbo.  

Costume designer Daniel Orlandi worked on both films, making it almost certain that these are the same piece. 

Neither Rebecca Hall nor Elle Fanning are strangers to recycled costumes, though they’ve generally been spotted in reuses from period dramas in the past. So it is interesting to see them both in more modern clothing.

Rebecca Hall initially wore this orange dress as Caroline Cushing in the 2008 film Frost/Nixon. It was then re-worn by Elle Fanning as Niki Trumbo in the final scene of the 2015 film Trumbo.  

Costume designer Daniel Orlandi worked on both films, making it almost certain that these are the same piece. 

Neither Rebecca Hall nor Elle Fanning are strangers to recycled costumes, though they’ve generally been spotted in reuses from period dramas in the past. So it is interesting to see them both in more modern clothing.

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  • Daniel Orlandi 

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