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  • Laura Fraser as Henriette wearing a green gown in the 2005 mini-series "Casanova."
    • BBC

    Casanova

    2005

    Costume seen on Laura Fraser as Henriette

  • Rose Byrne as the Duchesse de Polignac wearing a green gown in the 2006 film "Marie Antoinette."
    • Columbia Pictures

    Marie Antoinette

    2006

    Costume seen on Rose Byrne as the Duchesse de Polignac

  • An extra wearing a green gown in the 2015 series "Casanova."
    • Amazon Studios

    Casanova

    2015

    Costume seen on an extra

  • Pippa Bennett-Warner as Harriet Lennox wearing a green gown in the 2019 series "Harlots."
    • ITV

    Harlots

    2019

    Costume seen on Pippa Bennett-Warner as Harriet Lennox

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This green gown with its unique stomacher was first seen in the 2005 version of Casanova, where Laura Fraser wore it as Henriette. It next appeared in the 2006 version of Marie Antoinette, where Rose Byrne wore it as the Duchesse de Polignac. It was seen again in the first episode of the 2015 Amazon potential series Casanova, where it appeared on an extra. Most recently, it was seen in 2019 in the third season of Harlots, worn by Pippa Bennett-Warner as Harriet Lennox.

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About the Costume

This green gown with its unique stomacher was first seen in the 2005 version of Casanova, where Laura Fraser wore it as Henriette. It next appeared in the 2006 version of Marie Antoinette, where Rose Byrne wore it as the Duchesse de Polignac. It was seen again in the first episode of the 2015 Amazon potential series Casanova, where it appeared on an extra. Most recently, it was seen in 2019 in the third season of Harlots, worn by Pippa Bennett-Warner as Harriet Lennox.

This green gown with its unique stomacher was first seen in the 2005 version of Casanova, where Laura Fraser wore it as Henriette. It next appeared in the 2006 version of Marie Antoinette, where Rose Byrne wore it as the Duchesse de Polignac. It was seen again in the first episode of the 2015 Amazon potential series Casanova, where it appeared on an extra. Most recently, it was seen in 2019 in the third season of Harlots, worn by Pippa Bennett-Warner as Harriet Lennox.

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  1. Can’t get a clearer shot of this, but this looks very similiar. The middle is different but the sleeves and ruffling look similar.
    This is again from Casanova BBC 2005, Laura Fraser as Henriette Grimani.

    (Marie Antoinette didn’t seem like a film recycled from BBC productions, so I’m not sure)

    • I can’t tell if it’s the same, but perhaps these images might be of assistance?

      There are a few recycled costumes in Marie Antoinette, on extras, iirc. Fwiw, BBC hasn’t owned costumes in years; they sold them all off and have to hire everything now. Besides, their dramas are commissioned from outside production companies who’ve always worked with outside costumiers. 🙂

    • In Katie’s weekly update this morning, I was reminded that Polignac wears a costume recycled from The Affair of the Necklace, so the designer for Marie Antoinette did hire costumes from Angels and/or Cosprop for that character. 🙂

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Costume Commentary

  1. Can’t get a clearer shot of this, but this looks very similiar. The middle is different but the sleeves and ruffling look similar.
    This is again from Casanova BBC 2005, Laura Fraser as Henriette Grimani.

    (Marie Antoinette didn’t seem like a film recycled from BBC productions, so I’m not sure)

    • I can’t tell if it’s the same, but perhaps these images might be of assistance?

      There are a few recycled costumes in Marie Antoinette, on extras, iirc. Fwiw, BBC hasn’t owned costumes in years; they sold them all off and have to hire everything now. Besides, their dramas are commissioned from outside production companies who’ve always worked with outside costumiers. 🙂

    • In Katie’s weekly update this morning, I was reminded that Polignac wears a costume recycled from The Affair of the Necklace, so the designer for Marie Antoinette did hire costumes from Angels and/or Cosprop for that character. 🙂

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  1. Can’t get a clearer shot of this, but this looks very similiar. The middle is different but the sleeves and ruffling look similar.
    This is again from Casanova BBC 2005, Laura Fraser as Henriette Grimani.

    (Marie Antoinette didn’t seem like a film recycled from BBC productions, so I’m not sure)

    • I can’t tell if it’s the same, but perhaps these images might be of assistance?

      There are a few recycled costumes in Marie Antoinette, on extras, iirc. Fwiw, BBC hasn’t owned costumes in years; they sold them all off and have to hire everything now. Besides, their dramas are commissioned from outside production companies who’ve always worked with outside costumiers. 🙂

    • In Katie’s weekly update this morning, I was reminded that Polignac wears a costume recycled from The Affair of the Necklace, so the designer for Marie Antoinette did hire costumes from Angels and/or Cosprop for that character. 🙂

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