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  • Barbara Murray as Lady Craleigh wearing a peach gown with floral motifs in the episode "Black Orchid" of the 1982 series "Doctor Who."
    • BBC

    Doctor Who: Black Orchid

    1982

    Costume seen on Barbara Murray as Lady Cranleigh

  • An extra as a party guest wearing a peach gown with floral motifs in the 1992 Annie Lennox music video "Walking On Broken Glass."
    • BMG Records (UK) Ltd.

    Walking on Broken Glass Music Video

    1992

    Costume seen on an extra as a party guest

  • Sophia Myles as Madame de Pompadour wearing a peach gown with floral motifs in the episode "The Girl in the Fireplace" of the 2006 series "Doctor Who."
    • BBC Wales

    Doctor Who: The Girl in the Fireplace

    2006

    Costume seen on Sophia Myles as Madame de Pompadour

  • An extra wearing a peach gown with floral motifs in the 2006 mini-series "Jeanne Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour (Madame de Pompadour: The King's Favourite)."
    • Cinétévé
    • France 2 (FR2)

    Jeanne Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour (Madame de Pompadour: The King's Favourite)

    2006

    Costume seen on an extra

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About the Costume

This beautiful gown has an especially fun history. It was first made in 1982 for the Fifth Doctor serial of the nineteenth season of Doctor Who, entitled Black Orchid, where Barbara Murray wore it as Lady Cranleigh. Ten years later, in 1992, the gown was used for the Annie Lennox music video Walking on Broken Glass, where it was spotted on an extra. In 2006 the costume came full circle, being used in the episode of Doctor Who entitled The Girl in the Fireplace, where Sophia Myles wore it as Madame de Pompadour. Despite the gown’s age, it still appeared in excellent condition. The same dress used in the same show – more than twenty years later! That same year the dress appeared on an extra in Jeanne Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour (Madame de Pompadour: The King’s Favourite).

In 2009 the gown was told for £ 384 at auction at Bonhams, which described the dress as:

An eighteenth-century styled full length dress of peach-colored taffeta, heavily embroidered on front with floral motif, having lace collar and cuffs, with corset on top, labeled inside with measurement details.

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About the Costume

This beautiful gown has an especially fun history. It was first made in 1982 for the Fifth Doctor serial of the nineteenth season of Doctor Who, entitled Black Orchid, where Barbara Murray wore it as Lady Cranleigh. Ten years later, in 1992, the gown was used for the Annie Lennox music video Walking on Broken Glass, where it was spotted on an extra. In 2006 the costume came full circle, being used in the episode of Doctor Who entitled The Girl in the Fireplace, where Sophia Myles wore it as Madame de Pompadour. Despite the gown’s age, it still appeared in excellent condition. The same dress used in the same show – more than twenty years later! That same year the dress appeared on an extra in Jeanne Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour (Madame de Pompadour: The King’s Favourite).

In 2009 the gown was told for £ 384 at auction at Bonhams, which described the dress as:

An eighteenth-century styled full length dress of peach-colored taffeta, heavily embroidered on front with floral motif, having lace collar and cuffs, with corset on top, labeled inside with measurement details.

This beautiful gown has an especially fun history. It was first made in 1982 for the Fifth Doctor serial of the nineteenth season of Doctor Who, entitled Black Orchid, where Barbara Murray wore it as Lady Cranleigh. Ten years later, in 1992, the gown was used for the Annie Lennox music video Walking on Broken Glass, where it was spotted on an extra. In 2006 the costume came full circle, being used in the episode of Doctor Who entitled The Girl in the Fireplace, where Sophia Myles wore it as Madame de Pompadour. Despite the gown’s age, it still appeared in excellent condition. The same dress used in the same show – more than twenty years later! That same year the dress appeared on an extra in Jeanne Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour (Madame de Pompadour: The King’s Favourite).

In 2009 the gown was told for £ 384 at auction at Bonhams, which described the dress as:

An eighteenth-century styled full length dress of peach-colored taffeta, heavily embroidered on front with floral motif, having lace collar and cuffs, with corset on top, labeled inside with measurement details.

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