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  • Charlotte Rampling as Lady Spencer wearing a dark gray hooded jacket in the 2008 film "The Duchess."
    • Pathé
    • BBC Films

    The Duchess

    2008

    Costume seen on Charlotte Rampling as Lady Spencer

  • Laura Bro as Louise von Plessen wearing a dark gray hooded jacket in the 2012 film "En kongelig affaere (A Royal Affair)."
    • Zentropa Entertainments

    En kongelig affære (A Royal Affair)

    2012

    Costume seen on Laura Bro as Louise von Plessen

  • Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Dido Elizabeth Belle wearing a dark gray hooded jacket in the 2013 film "Belle."
    • DJ Films

    Belle

    2013

    Costume seen on Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Dido Elizabeth Belle

  • Hayley Doherty as Anne de Bourgh wearing a dark gray hooded jacket in the 2013 mini-series "Death Comes to Pemberley."
    • BBC

    Death Comes to Pemberley

    2013

    Costume seen on Hayley Doherty as Lady Guest

  • Lesley Manville as Lydia Quigley wearing a dark gray hooded jacket in the 2017 series "Harlots."
    • ITV

    Harlots

    2017

    Costume seen on Lesley Manville as Lydia Quigley

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This beautiful Georgian-era costume has been used at least four times over the last few years in various productions. It was originally designed by Michael O’Connor for The Duchess, for which he won an Oscar for best costume design. This piece resembles a brunswick – a hooded, hip-length jacket paired with a matching petticoat. However, this costume lacks the flounced elbow-length upper sleeves of a typical brunswick, though this was likely an artistic choice. This costume is almost certainly modeled after a piece worn by Lady Mary Fox in a 1767 portrait by Italian painter Pompeo Girolamo Batoni.

This costume made its first appearance in 2008 on Charlotte Rampling as Lady Spencer in The Duchess. In 2012 it was seen in En kongelig affære (A Royal Affair) on Laura Bro as Louise von Plessen. It was used twice in 2013, first on Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Dido Elizabeth Belle in the film Belle, and then in the made-for-television Death Comes to Pemberley, where Hayley Doherty wore it as a house guest. Most recently, it was spotted in 2017, when Lesley Manville wore it as Lydia Quigley in Harlots. 

 

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About the Costume

This beautiful Georgian-era costume has been used at least four times over the last few years in various productions. It was originally designed by Michael O’Connor for The Duchess, for which he won an Oscar for best costume design. This piece resembles a brunswick – a hooded, hip-length jacket paired with a matching petticoat. However, this costume lacks the flounced elbow-length upper sleeves of a typical brunswick, though this was likely an artistic choice. This costume is almost certainly modeled after a piece worn by Lady Mary Fox in a 1767 portrait by Italian painter Pompeo Girolamo Batoni.

This costume made its first appearance in 2008 on Charlotte Rampling as Lady Spencer in The Duchess. In 2012 it was seen in En kongelig affære (A Royal Affair) on Laura Bro as Louise von Plessen. It was used twice in 2013, first on Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Dido Elizabeth Belle in the film Belle, and then in the made-for-television Death Comes to Pemberley, where Hayley Doherty wore it as a house guest. Most recently, it was spotted in 2017, when Lesley Manville wore it as Lydia Quigley in Harlots. 

 

This beautiful Georgian-era costume has been used at least four times over the last few years in various productions. It was originally designed by Michael O’Connor for The Duchess, for which he won an Oscar for best costume design. This piece resembles a brunswick – a hooded, hip-length jacket paired with a matching petticoat. However, this costume lacks the flounced elbow-length upper sleeves of a typical brunswick, though this was likely an artistic choice. This costume is almost certainly modeled after a piece worn by Lady Mary Fox in a 1767 portrait by Italian painter Pompeo Girolamo Batoni.

This costume made its first appearance in 2008 on Charlotte Rampling as Lady Spencer in The Duchess. In 2012 it was seen in En kongelig affære (A Royal Affair) on Laura Bro as Louise von Plessen. It was used twice in 2013, first on Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Dido Elizabeth Belle in the film Belle, and then in the made-for-television Death Comes to Pemberley, where Hayley Doherty wore it as a house guest. Most recently, it was spotted in 2017, when Lesley Manville wore it as Lydia Quigley in Harlots. 

 

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