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  • Mary Nighy as Princesse de Lamballe wearing a blue and white striped gown in the 2006 film "Marie Antoinette."
    • Columbia Pictures

    Marie Antoinette

    2006

    Costume seen on Mary Nighy as Princesse de Lamballe

  • Lucy Cohu as Eliza de Feuillde wearing a blue and white striped gown in the 2007 film "Becoming Jane."
    • Miramax

    Becoming Jane

    2007

    Costume seen on Lucy Cohu as Eliza de Feuillide

  • An extra at Versailles as a courtier wearing a blue and white striped gown in the 2008 mini-series "John Adams."
    • HBO Films

    John Adams

    2008

    Costume seen on an extra at Versailles as a courtier

  • Raphaelle Agogue as Marie Antoinette wearing a blue and white striped gown in the episode "Countdown to the Revolution" of the 2011 mini-series "Versailles."
    • BBC
    • France 2 (FR2)

    Versailles: Countdown to the Revolution

    2011

    Costume seen on Raphaëlle Agogué as Marie Antoinette

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About the Costume

This lovely gown was probably made for actress Mary Nighy as the Princesse de Lamballe in 2006’s Marie Antoinette but could date to an earlier time since some costumes from that production were recycled. The gown was used again in 2007 for Becoming Jane, where Lucy Cohu wore it as Eliza de Feuillide. In 2008 it was spotted being worn by an extra in the HBO mini-series John Adams. Finally, it was used for the documentary Versailles: Countdown to the Revolution in 2011, where Raphaëlle Agogué donned it for her depiction of Marie Antoinette.

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About the Costume

This lovely gown was probably made for actress Mary Nighy as the Princesse de Lamballe in 2006’s Marie Antoinette but could date to an earlier time since some costumes from that production were recycled. The gown was used again in 2007 for Becoming Jane, where Lucy Cohu wore it as Eliza de Feuillide. In 2008 it was spotted being worn by an extra in the HBO mini-series John Adams. Finally, it was used for the documentary Versailles: Countdown to the Revolution in 2011, where Raphaëlle Agogué donned it for her depiction of Marie Antoinette.

This lovely gown was probably made for actress Mary Nighy as the Princesse de Lamballe in 2006’s Marie Antoinette but could date to an earlier time since some costumes from that production were recycled. The gown was used again in 2007 for Becoming Jane, where Lucy Cohu wore it as Eliza de Feuillide. In 2008 it was spotted being worn by an extra in the HBO mini-series John Adams. Finally, it was used for the documentary Versailles: Countdown to the Revolution in 2011, where Raphaëlle Agogué donned it for her depiction of Marie Antoinette.

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