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  • Victoria Hamilton as Mrs. Forster wearing a pink and yellow turban in the 1995 mini-series "Pride and Prejudice."
    • BBC

    Pride and Prejudice

    1995

    Costume seen on Victoria Hamilton as Mrs. Forster

  • Christina Cole as Mrs. Elton wearing a pink and yellow turban in the 2009 mini-series "Emma."
    • BBC

    Emma

    2009

    Costume seen on Christina Cole as Mrs. Elton

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This fabulous Regency turban was first worn by Victoria Hamilton as Mrs. Forster in 1995’s Pride and Prejudice. It was then reused in the 2009 television mini-series Emma, where it was seen being worn by Christina Cole as Mrs. Elton.

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This fabulous Regency turban was first worn by Victoria Hamilton as Mrs. Forster in 1995’s Pride and Prejudice. It was then reused in the 2009 television mini-series Emma, where it was seen being worn by Christina Cole as Mrs. Elton.

This fabulous Regency turban was first worn by Victoria Hamilton as Mrs. Forster in 1995’s Pride and Prejudice. It was then reused in the 2009 television mini-series Emma, where it was seen being worn by Christina Cole as Mrs. Elton.

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  1. That headpiece is stunning! I wonder if it is one of the pieces made by Louise Macdonald? She has an exhibit on her website showing several pieces she created for period films/programs while she was living in London, working for COSPROP. (We know Louise does turbans because she did some for Princess Caraboo.)

    http://www.louisemacdonald.com.au/costume_millinery2.html

    (Incidentally, both hats seen at the above link have been worn in multiple projects.)

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Costume Commentary

  1. That headpiece is stunning! I wonder if it is one of the pieces made by Louise Macdonald? She has an exhibit on her website showing several pieces she created for period films/programs while she was living in London, working for COSPROP. (We know Louise does turbans because she did some for Princess Caraboo.)

    http://www.louisemacdonald.com.au/costume_millinery2.html

    (Incidentally, both hats seen at the above link have been worn in multiple projects.)

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  1. That headpiece is stunning! I wonder if it is one of the pieces made by Louise Macdonald? She has an exhibit on her website showing several pieces she created for period films/programs while she was living in London, working for COSPROP. (We know Louise does turbans because she did some for Princess Caraboo.)

    http://www.louisemacdonald.com.au/costume_millinery2.html

    (Incidentally, both hats seen at the above link have been worn in multiple projects.)

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