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  • Helena Bonham Carter as Madame Thenardier wearing a red and black embroidered bodice in the 2012 film "Les Miserables."
    • Universal Pictures

    Les Misérables

    2012

    Costume seen on Helena Bonham Carter as Madame Thénardier

  • Kate Fleetwood as Nancy Birch wearing a red and black embroidered bodice in the 2017 series "Harlots."
    • ITV

    Harlots

    2017

    Costume seen on Kate Fleetwood as Nancy Birch

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This heavily embroidered bodice was first worn in the 2012 production of Les Misérables, where it was worn by Helena Bonham Carter as Madame Thénardier.  The costume was seen again most recently in 2017 on Kate Fleetwood as Nancy Birch in the first episode of Harlots.

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About the Costume

This heavily embroidered bodice was first worn in the 2012 production of Les Misérables, where it was worn by Helena Bonham Carter as Madame Thénardier.  The costume was seen again most recently in 2017 on Kate Fleetwood as Nancy Birch in the first episode of Harlots.

This heavily embroidered bodice was first worn in the 2012 production of Les Misérables, where it was worn by Helena Bonham Carter as Madame Thénardier.  The costume was seen again most recently in 2017 on Kate Fleetwood as Nancy Birch in the first episode of Harlots.

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  1. I’ve just been catching up on Harlots. I’m enjoying the story very much, although I have noticed that a lot of it is borrowed from Fanny Hill, A Harlot’s Progress, City of Vice, The Crimson Petal and the White, and an ep of Bramwell (“Loose Women”)

        • Yes, there seem to be a lot. Some of them I know immediately, but there are quite a few others that I can’t yet place, but that I know I’ve seen before. So far I’m finding stuff from “Marie Antoinette” and “The Scandalous Lady W.” and possibly “Dangerous Liaisons,” but I am going to have to go back and check that one. This bodice was a totally random pull…I knew I had seen it on Helena (it looked like something she would wear), but my first thought was “Sweeny Todd.” It was only after a while that I figured out “Les Mis.”

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  1. I’ve just been catching up on Harlots. I’m enjoying the story very much, although I have noticed that a lot of it is borrowed from Fanny Hill, A Harlot’s Progress, City of Vice, The Crimson Petal and the White, and an ep of Bramwell (“Loose Women”)

        • Yes, there seem to be a lot. Some of them I know immediately, but there are quite a few others that I can’t yet place, but that I know I’ve seen before. So far I’m finding stuff from “Marie Antoinette” and “The Scandalous Lady W.” and possibly “Dangerous Liaisons,” but I am going to have to go back and check that one. This bodice was a totally random pull…I knew I had seen it on Helena (it looked like something she would wear), but my first thought was “Sweeny Todd.” It was only after a while that I figured out “Les Mis.”

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  1. I’ve just been catching up on Harlots. I’m enjoying the story very much, although I have noticed that a lot of it is borrowed from Fanny Hill, A Harlot’s Progress, City of Vice, The Crimson Petal and the White, and an ep of Bramwell (“Loose Women”)

        • Yes, there seem to be a lot. Some of them I know immediately, but there are quite a few others that I can’t yet place, but that I know I’ve seen before. So far I’m finding stuff from “Marie Antoinette” and “The Scandalous Lady W.” and possibly “Dangerous Liaisons,” but I am going to have to go back and check that one. This bodice was a totally random pull…I knew I had seen it on Helena (it looked like something she would wear), but my first thought was “Sweeny Todd.” It was only after a while that I figured out “Les Mis.”

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