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  • Serena Gordon as Caroline Lennox wearing a blue and gray striped gown in the 1999 mini-series "Aristocrats."
    • BBC

    Aristocrats

    1999

    Costume seen on Serena Gordon as Lady Caroline Lennox

  • Sophia Myles as Madame de Pompadour wearing a blue and gray striped gown 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

  • Rebecca Night as Fanny Hill wearing a blue and gray striped gown in the 2007 mini-series "Fanny Hill."
    • BBC

    Fanny Hill

    2007

    Costume seen on Rebecca Night as Fanny Hill

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It is not known where this lovely gown originated, but its first known appearance was on Serena Gordon as Lady Caroline Lennox in 1999’s Aristocrats. In 2006 the costume was found in an episode of Doctor Who titled The Girl in the Fireplace, where Sophia Myles wore it as Madame de Pompadour. The gown looks very different, with trim having been added to the stomacher and sleeve. Studying the placement of stripes and the small flowers embroidered on them allows us to see that the dress the same one seen in Aristocrats. The altered gown was used again in the 2007 production of Fanny Hill, where it was worn by Rebecca Night in the title role. 

 

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About the Costume

It is not known where this lovely gown originated, but its first known appearance was on Serena Gordon as Lady Caroline Lennox in 1999’s Aristocrats. In 2006 the costume was found in an episode of Doctor Who titled The Girl in the Fireplace, where Sophia Myles wore it as Madame de Pompadour. The gown looks very different, with trim having been added to the stomacher and sleeve. Studying the placement of stripes and the small flowers embroidered on them allows us to see that the dress the same one seen in Aristocrats. The altered gown was used again in the 2007 production of Fanny Hill, where it was worn by Rebecca Night in the title role. 

 

It is not known where this lovely gown originated, but its first known appearance was on Serena Gordon as Lady Caroline Lennox in 1999’s Aristocrats. In 2006 the costume was found in an episode of Doctor Who titled The Girl in the Fireplace, where Sophia Myles wore it as Madame de Pompadour. The gown looks very different, with trim having been added to the stomacher and sleeve. Studying the placement of stripes and the small flowers embroidered on them allows us to see that the dress the same one seen in Aristocrats. The altered gown was used again in the 2007 production of Fanny Hill, where it was worn by Rebecca Night in the title role. 

 

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  • James Keast

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