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  • Emilie Dequenne as Marianne de Morangias wearing a red-orange gown with white ruffled sleeves 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

  • Anne Laure Girbal as Marie Mancini wearing a red-orange gown with white ruffled sleeves in a 2005 promotional music video for the musical "Le Roi Soleil."
    • Warner Music France

    Le Roi Soleil Promotional Music Video

    2005

    Costume seen on Anne Laure Girbal as Marie Mancini

  • Karine Vanasse as Marie Antoinette wearing a red-orange gown with white ruffled sleeves in the 2006 film "Marie-Antoinette, la Veritable Historie (Marie Antoinette, the True Story)."
    • GMT Productions

    Marie-Antoinette, la Véritable Histoire ( Marie Antoinette, the True Story)

    2006

    Costume seen on Karine Vanasse as Marie Antoinette

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About the Costume

Fantastically colorful with spectacular white ruffled sleeves, this gown was worn by Émilie Dequenne as Marianne de Morangias in the 2001 film Le pacte des loups (Brotherhood of the Wolf). Four years later, the gown was spotted in a promotional video for the French musical Le Roi Soleil, where Anne Laure Girbal wore it as Marie Mancini. The gown was then recycled by the 2006 Marie-Antoinette, la Véritable Histoire ( Marie Antoinette, the True Story) where actress Karine Vanasse wore the piece as Marie Antoinette.

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About the Costume

Fantastically colorful with spectacular white ruffled sleeves, this gown was worn by Émilie Dequenne as Marianne de Morangias in the 2001 film Le pacte des loups (Brotherhood of the Wolf). Four years later, the gown was spotted in a promotional video for the French musical Le Roi Soleil, where Anne Laure Girbal wore it as Marie Mancini. The gown was then recycled by the 2006 Marie-Antoinette, la Véritable Histoire ( Marie Antoinette, the True Story) where actress Karine Vanasse wore the piece as Marie Antoinette.

Fantastically colorful with spectacular white ruffled sleeves, this gown was worn by Émilie Dequenne as Marianne de Morangias in the 2001 film Le pacte des loups (Brotherhood of the Wolf). Four years later, the gown was spotted in a promotional video for the French musical Le Roi Soleil, where Anne Laure Girbal wore it as Marie Mancini. The gown was then recycled by the 2006 Marie-Antoinette, la Véritable Histoire ( Marie Antoinette, the True Story) where actress Karine Vanasse wore the piece as Marie Antoinette.

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Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Karyna
  • Michael M.
Photos provided by:
  • Karyna
  • Michael M.
  • justprosper
  • Julia Spicer
Costume Designer:
  • Dominique Borg

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