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  • Kate Beckinsale as Emma Woodhouse wearing a blue striped dress in the 1996 film "Emma."
    • ITV

    Emma

    1996

    Costume seen on Kate Beckinsale as Emma Woodhouse

  • Julie Cox as Annabella Milbanke wearing a blue striped dress in the 2003 mini-series "Byron."
    • BBC

    Byron

    2003

    Costume seen on Julie Cox as Annabella Milbanke

  • Victoria Hamilton as Miss Granham wearing a blue striped dress in the 2005 mini-series "To the Ends of the Earth."
    • BBC

    To The Ends Of the Earth

    2005

    Costume seen on Victoria Hamilton as Miss Granham

  • Amanda Lawrence as as Poyner wearing a blue striped dress in the 2008 mini-series "Little Dorrit."
    • BBC

    Little Dorrit

    2008

    Costume seen on Amanda Lawrence as Poyner

  • Isla Fisher as Ginny Hawkins wearing a blue striped dress in the 2010 film "Burke and Hare."
    • Ealing Studios

    Burke and Hare

    2010

    Costume seen on Isla Fisher as Ginny Hawkins

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About the Costume

This blue striped Regency era gown has been used several times. It was first created for the 1996 ITV version of Emma (not to be confused with the Miramax theatrical version of Emma, which was also released in 1996) by costume designer Jenny Beavan, who has designed for Sense and SensibilityHowards End, and Jefferson in Paris, among others.

Kate Beckinsale first wore the gown as Emma Woodhouse in Emma in 1996. It was used again in 2003 on Julie Cox as Annabella Milbanke in Byron. In 2005 it was seen on Victoria Hamilton as Miss Granham in To the Ends of the Earth, and in 2008 it appeared in the mini-series Little Dorrit on Amanda Lawrence as Poyner. Lastly, in 2010 it was worn by Isla Fisher as Ginny Hawkins in Burke and Hare.

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About the Costume

This blue striped Regency era gown has been used several times. It was first created for the 1996 ITV version of Emma (not to be confused with the Miramax theatrical version of Emma, which was also released in 1996) by costume designer Jenny Beavan, who has designed for Sense and SensibilityHowards End, and Jefferson in Paris, among others.

Kate Beckinsale first wore the gown as Emma Woodhouse in Emma in 1996. It was used again in 2003 on Julie Cox as Annabella Milbanke in Byron. In 2005 it was seen on Victoria Hamilton as Miss Granham in To the Ends of the Earth, and in 2008 it appeared in the mini-series Little Dorrit on Amanda Lawrence as Poyner. Lastly, in 2010 it was worn by Isla Fisher as Ginny Hawkins in Burke and Hare.

This blue striped Regency era gown has been used several times. It was first created for the 1996 ITV version of Emma (not to be confused with the Miramax theatrical version of Emma, which was also released in 1996) by costume designer Jenny Beavan, who has designed for Sense and SensibilityHowards End, and Jefferson in Paris, among others.

Kate Beckinsale first wore the gown as Emma Woodhouse in Emma in 1996. It was used again in 2003 on Julie Cox as Annabella Milbanke in Byron. In 2005 it was seen on Victoria Hamilton as Miss Granham in To the Ends of the Earth, and in 2008 it appeared in the mini-series Little Dorrit on Amanda Lawrence as Poyner. Lastly, in 2010 it was worn by Isla Fisher as Ginny Hawkins in Burke and Hare.

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  1. It looks like that neck ruffle Kate Beckinsale is sporting as Emma was used on top of the check dress from 1995 Sense and Sensibility when it was worn by the extra in “Byron.”

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Costume Commentary

  1. It looks like that neck ruffle Kate Beckinsale is sporting as Emma was used on top of the check dress from 1995 Sense and Sensibility when it was worn by the extra in “Byron.”

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  1. It looks like that neck ruffle Kate Beckinsale is sporting as Emma was used on top of the check dress from 1995 Sense and Sensibility when it was worn by the extra in “Byron.”

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