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    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Marie Antoinette

    1938

    Costume seen on Dorothy Christy as Lady in Waiting to Madame Du Barry

    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    The Seventh Cross

    1944

    Costume seen as a prop hanging in a store

    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    The Toast of New Orleans

    1950

    Costume seen on an extra

  • Matthew Rolston Photo Shoot

    2008

    Costume seen on Salma Hayek as Marie Antoinette

Additional Images

About the Costume

Adrian designed this incredible gown for the 1938 production of Marie Antoinette. Though uncredited in the film, when I saw this gown on display at the Sketch to Screen exhibit in 2010 at the Oklahoma Museum of Art, I was able to confirm that Dorothy Christy initially wore it as a Lady in Waiting to Madame Du Barry.

The costume was used six years later in 1944’s The Seventh Cross, where it was spotted hanging in a store. In 1950 the gown was used again, this time by an extra in The Toast of New Orleans. Finally, it was used in 2008 for a Matthew Rolston photo shoot in which we see Salma Hayek portraying Marie Antoinette. 

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Additional Images

About the Costume

Adrian designed this incredible gown for the 1938 production of Marie Antoinette. Though uncredited in the film, when I saw this gown on display at the Sketch to Screen exhibit in 2010 at the Oklahoma Museum of Art, I was able to confirm that Dorothy Christy initially wore it as a Lady in Waiting to Madame Du Barry.

The costume was used six years later in 1944’s The Seventh Cross, where it was spotted hanging in a store. In 1950 the gown was used again, this time by an extra in The Toast of New Orleans. Finally, it was used in 2008 for a Matthew Rolston photo shoot in which we see Salma Hayek portraying Marie Antoinette. 

Adrian designed this incredible gown for the 1938 production of Marie Antoinette. Though uncredited in the film, when I saw this gown on display at the Sketch to Screen exhibit in 2010 at the Oklahoma Museum of Art, I was able to confirm that Dorothy Christy initially wore it as a Lady in Waiting to Madame Du Barry.

The costume was used six years later in 1944’s The Seventh Cross, where it was spotted hanging in a store. In 1950 the gown was used again, this time by an extra in The Toast of New Orleans. Finally, it was used in 2008 for a Matthew Rolston photo shoot in which we see Salma Hayek portraying Marie Antoinette. 

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • James
  • Katie S.
Photos provided by:
Costume Designer:
  • Adrian

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