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  • Eglantine Rembville-Nicolle as Celine Varens wearing a white gown in the 2006 mini-series "Jane Eyre."
    • BBC

    Jane Eyre

    2006

    Costume seen on Églantine Rembauville-Nicolle as Celine Varens

  • An uncredited actress as Miss Grey wearing a white gown in the 2008 mini-series "Sense and Sensibility."
    • BBC

    Sense and Sensibility

    2008

    Costume seen on an uncredited actress as Miss Grey

  • Keri Russell as Jane Hayes wearing a white gown in the 2013 film "Austenland."
    • Sony Pictures Classics

    Austenland

    2013

    Costume seen on Keri Russell as Jane Hayes

  • Alice Englert as Lady Pole wearing a white gown in the 2015 mini-series "Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell."
    • BBC

    Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell

    2015

    Costume seen on Alice Englert as Lady Pole

  • Gemma Chan as Julia wearing a white gown in the 2019 short film "Mr. Malcom's List."
    • Refinery29

    Mr. Malcolm's List

    2019

    Costume seen on Gemma Chan as Julia Thistlewaite

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This Regency inspired gown was first seen in the BBC’s 2006 version of Jane Eyre. It was seen very briefly on Églantine Rembauville-Nicolle as Celine Varens. In 2008 it was seen in Sense and Sensibility on an uncredited actress as Miss Grey. In 2013 it was worn by Keri Russel as Jane Hayes in Austenland, and then in 2015 on Alice Englert as Lady Pole in Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell. Most recently the costume appeared in the 2019 Mr. Malcolm’s List, where it was worn by Gemma Chan as Julia Thistlewaite.

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About the Costume

This Regency inspired gown was first seen in the BBC’s 2006 version of Jane Eyre. It was seen very briefly on Églantine Rembauville-Nicolle as Celine Varens. In 2008 it was seen in Sense and Sensibility on an uncredited actress as Miss Grey. In 2013 it was worn by Keri Russel as Jane Hayes in Austenland, and then in 2015 on Alice Englert as Lady Pole in Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell. Most recently the costume appeared in the 2019 Mr. Malcolm’s List, where it was worn by Gemma Chan as Julia Thistlewaite.

This Regency inspired gown was first seen in the BBC’s 2006 version of Jane Eyre. It was seen very briefly on Églantine Rembauville-Nicolle as Celine Varens. In 2008 it was seen in Sense and Sensibility on an uncredited actress as Miss Grey. In 2013 it was worn by Keri Russel as Jane Hayes in Austenland, and then in 2015 on Alice Englert as Lady Pole in Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell. Most recently the costume appeared in the 2019 Mr. Malcolm’s List, where it was worn by Gemma Chan as Julia Thistlewaite.

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  1. On Gemma Chan as Julia in the 2019 refinery29-shortfilm “Mr. Malcolm’s list”. Not entirely sure if this sets out to be a series of some sort. The short subtiteld “The Overture” Is up on youtube and airs many well known recycled costumes. Due to better cameras it also affords closer looks at for example the mustardy gown first seen on Mrs. Reynolds in the 1995 P&P and later on Alice Englert near the closing of Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norell.. Fabrics for example. Will post when I have more time. https://www.willowandthatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/mr-malcolms-list-01.jpg

  2. Good grief, is there a single extant example of a sleeveless gown from this era not brought about by delicate sleeves disintegrating? It just looks indecent.

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Costume Commentary

  1. On Gemma Chan as Julia in the 2019 refinery29-shortfilm “Mr. Malcolm’s list”. Not entirely sure if this sets out to be a series of some sort. The short subtiteld “The Overture” Is up on youtube and airs many well known recycled costumes. Due to better cameras it also affords closer looks at for example the mustardy gown first seen on Mrs. Reynolds in the 1995 P&P and later on Alice Englert near the closing of Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norell.. Fabrics for example. Will post when I have more time. https://www.willowandthatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/mr-malcolms-list-01.jpg

  2. Good grief, is there a single extant example of a sleeveless gown from this era not brought about by delicate sleeves disintegrating? It just looks indecent.

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  1. On Gemma Chan as Julia in the 2019 refinery29-shortfilm “Mr. Malcolm’s list”. Not entirely sure if this sets out to be a series of some sort. The short subtiteld “The Overture” Is up on youtube and airs many well known recycled costumes. Due to better cameras it also affords closer looks at for example the mustardy gown first seen on Mrs. Reynolds in the 1995 P&P and later on Alice Englert near the closing of Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norell.. Fabrics for example. Will post when I have more time. https://www.willowandthatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/mr-malcolms-list-01.jpg

  2. Good grief, is there a single extant example of a sleeveless gown from this era not brought about by delicate sleeves disintegrating? It just looks indecent.

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