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  • Catherine Zeta-Jones as Catherine the Great wearing a blue gown in the 1995 film "Catherine the Great."
    • A+E Networks

    Catherine the Great

    1995

    Costume seen on Catherine Zeta-Jones as Catherine the Great

  • Emilie Dequenne as Marianne de Morangias wearing a blue gown in the 2001 film "Le pacte des loups (Brotherhood of the Wolf)."
    • Canal+

    Le pacte des loups (Brotherhood of the Wolf)

    2001

    Costume seen on Émilie Dequenne as Marianne de Morangias

  • An extra as a lady in waiting wearing a blue gown in the 2006 film "Marie Antoinette."
    • Columbia Pictures

    Marie Antoinette

    2006

    Costume seen on an extra as lady in waiting

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Catherine Zeta-Jones first wore this beautiful blue costume as Catherine the Great in the 1995 television movie of the same name. Six years later, in 2001, it was worn by Émilie Dequenne as Marianne de Morangais in the French film Le pacte des loups (Brotherhood of the Wolf). Finally, an extra as a lady in waiting was spotted wearing the costume in Marie Antoinette in 2006.

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About the Costume

Catherine Zeta-Jones first wore this beautiful blue costume as Catherine the Great in the 1995 television movie of the same name. Six years later, in 2001, it was worn by Émilie Dequenne as Marianne de Morangais in the French film Le pacte des loups (Brotherhood of the Wolf). Finally, an extra as a lady in waiting was spotted wearing the costume in Marie Antoinette in 2006.

Catherine Zeta-Jones first wore this beautiful blue costume as Catherine the Great in the 1995 television movie of the same name. Six years later, in 2001, it was worn by Émilie Dequenne as Marianne de Morangais in the French film Le pacte des loups (Brotherhood of the Wolf). Finally, an extra as a lady in waiting was spotted wearing the costume in Marie Antoinette in 2006.

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  • Julia Spicer
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  • Barbara Baum

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