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  • Geraldine Somerville as Lady Emily wearing a blue gown in the 1999 mini-series "Aristocrats."
    • BBC

    Aristocrats

    1999

    Costume seen on Geraldine Somerville as Lady Emily Lennox

  • Alicia Vikander as Caroline Mathilde wearing a blue gown in the 2012 film "En kongelig affaere (A Royal Affair)."
    • Zentropa Entertainments

    En kongelig affære (A Royal Affair)

    2012

    Costume seen on Alicia Vikander as Caroline Mathilde

  • Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Dido Elizabeth Belle wearing a blue gown in the 2013 film "Belle."
    • DJ Films

    Belle

    2013

    Costume seen on Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Dido Elizabeth Belle

  • Eleanor Yates as Lady Caroline Howard wearing a blue gown in the 2017 series "Harlots."
    • ITV

    Harlots

    2017

    Costume seen on Eleanor Yates as Lady Caroline Howard

  • Jessica Brown Findlay as Charlotte Wells wearing a blue gown in the 2018 series "Harlots."
    • ITV

    Harlots

    2018

    Costume seen on Jessica Brown Findlay as Charlotte Wells

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Geraldine Somerville first wore this beautiful blue gown as Lady Emily Lennox in the 1999 mini-series Aristocrats. The costume was seen again in 2012, when Alicia Vikander was spotted wearing it as Caroline Mathilde in En kongelig affære (A Royal Affair). In 2013 it was worn by Gugu Mbatha-Raw for her role as Dido Elizabeth Belle in the film Belle. The dress made two appearances in the television series Harlots, first on Eleanor Yates as Lady Caroline Howard in 2017 and then on Jessica Brown Findlay as Charlotte Wells in the 2018 season.   

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About the Costume

Geraldine Somerville first wore this beautiful blue gown as Lady Emily Lennox in the 1999 mini-series Aristocrats. The costume was seen again in 2012, when Alicia Vikander was spotted wearing it as Caroline Mathilde in En kongelig affære (A Royal Affair). In 2013 it was worn by Gugu Mbatha-Raw for her role as Dido Elizabeth Belle in the film Belle. The dress made two appearances in the television series Harlots, first on Eleanor Yates as Lady Caroline Howard in 2017 and then on Jessica Brown Findlay as Charlotte Wells in the 2018 season.   

Geraldine Somerville first wore this beautiful blue gown as Lady Emily Lennox in the 1999 mini-series Aristocrats. The costume was seen again in 2012, when Alicia Vikander was spotted wearing it as Caroline Mathilde in En kongelig affære (A Royal Affair). In 2013 it was worn by Gugu Mbatha-Raw for her role as Dido Elizabeth Belle in the film Belle. The dress made two appearances in the television series Harlots, first on Eleanor Yates as Lady Caroline Howard in 2017 and then on Jessica Brown Findlay as Charlotte Wells in the 2018 season.   

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  • Miranda
  • Katie S.
  • Melanie
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  • Katie S.
  • Melanie
  • Julia Spicer
  • Valkyrie
  • da
  • justprosper
  • MovieStillsDB
Costume Designer:
  • James Keast

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  1. They made quite a few spectacular, detailed, c18 gowns for Aristocrats. Does the beeb even spend that kind of money on costumes for a mini series anymore? I don’t believe they do? Not for an ensemble of ladies in extravagant gowns. (And men in silk coats, waistcoats and breeches.)

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  1. They made quite a few spectacular, detailed, c18 gowns for Aristocrats. Does the beeb even spend that kind of money on costumes for a mini series anymore? I don’t believe they do? Not for an ensemble of ladies in extravagant gowns. (And men in silk coats, waistcoats and breeches.)

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  1. They made quite a few spectacular, detailed, c18 gowns for Aristocrats. Does the beeb even spend that kind of money on costumes for a mini series anymore? I don’t believe they do? Not for an ensemble of ladies in extravagant gowns. (And men in silk coats, waistcoats and breeches.)

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