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  • Jodhi May as Lady Sarah Lennox wearing a dark pink gown in the 1999 mini-series "Aristocrats."
    • BBC

    Aristocrats

    1999

    Costume seen on Jodhi May as Lady Sarah Lennox

  • Konstanze Breitebner as Suzette Natter wearing a dark pink gown in the 2004 film "Das Unbezahmbare Herz (Pride and Passion)."
    • Gyula-Trebitsch-Film

    Das Unbezähmbare Herz (Pride and Passion)

    2004

    Costume seen on Konstanze Breitebner as Suzette Natier

  • Zoe Tapper as Mary Collins wearing a dark pink gown in the 2006 film "A Harlot's Progress."
    • Channel 4 Television

    A Harlot's Progress

    2006

    Costume seen on Zoë Tapper as Mary Collins

  • Marian McLoughlin as Gwen Morrison wearing a dark pink gown in the episode "They Seek Him Here" of the 2007 series "Midsomer Murders."
    • ITV

    Midsomer Murders: They Seek Him Here

    2007

    Costume seen on Marian McLoughlin as Gwen Morrison

  • An uncredited actress wearing a dark pink gown in a promotional photo for the 2014 mini-series "Rule Britannia! Music, Mischief, and Morals in the 18th Century."
    • BBC

    Rule Britannia! Music, Mischief and Morals in the 18th Century

    2014

    Costume seen on an uncredited actress

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About the Costume

This wonderful pink gown was first worn by Jodhi May as Lady Sara Lennox in the 1999 mini-series Aristocrats. In 2004 the dress was seen again, this time with a gold petticoat, on the character Suzette Natier played by Konstanze Breitebner in the production Das Unbezähmbare Herz (Pride and Passion). Actress Zoë Tapper went on to wear the costume as Mary Collins in A Harlot’s Progress in 20062007 saw the dress recycled for Marian McLoughlin in the role of Gwen Morrison in an episode of Midsomer Murders titled They Seek Him Here. The gown made its most recent appearance in 2014 in a promotional image for Rule Britannia! Music, Mischief, and Morals in the 18th Century.

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About the Costume

This wonderful pink gown was first worn by Jodhi May as Lady Sara Lennox in the 1999 mini-series Aristocrats. In 2004 the dress was seen again, this time with a gold petticoat, on the character Suzette Natier played by Konstanze Breitebner in the production Das Unbezähmbare Herz (Pride and Passion). Actress Zoë Tapper went on to wear the costume as Mary Collins in A Harlot’s Progress in 20062007 saw the dress recycled for Marian McLoughlin in the role of Gwen Morrison in an episode of Midsomer Murders titled They Seek Him Here. The gown made its most recent appearance in 2014 in a promotional image for Rule Britannia! Music, Mischief, and Morals in the 18th Century.

This wonderful pink gown was first worn by Jodhi May as Lady Sara Lennox in the 1999 mini-series Aristocrats. In 2004 the dress was seen again, this time with a gold petticoat, on the character Suzette Natier played by Konstanze Breitebner in the production Das Unbezähmbare Herz (Pride and Passion). Actress Zoë Tapper went on to wear the costume as Mary Collins in A Harlot’s Progress in 20062007 saw the dress recycled for Marian McLoughlin in the role of Gwen Morrison in an episode of Midsomer Murders titled They Seek Him Here. The gown made its most recent appearance in 2014 in a promotional image for Rule Britannia! Music, Mischief, and Morals in the 18th Century.

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