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    • New Line Cinema

    The New World

    2005

    Costume seen on Q'orianka Kilcher as Pocahontas

    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2007

    Costume seen on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn

    • Universal Pictures

    Elizabeth: The Golden Age

    2007

    Costume seen on an extra

    • Telfrance

    La dame de Monsoreau (Kingdom of Felony)

    2008

    Costume seen on Esther Nubiola as Diane de Monsoreau

    • Okofilm Productions
    • Bachim Films
    • Takafilm

    Mary, Queen of Scots

    2013

    Costume seen on Pénélope Leveque as Mary Livingstone

    • BBC

    The Musketeers

    2014

    Costume seen on Alice Sanders as Fleur Baudin

    • BBC

    The Musketeers

    2015

    Costume seen on Marianne Oldham as Catherine

    • Carnival Film & Television

    Jamestown

    2017

    Costume seen on Naomi Battrick as Jocelyn

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About the Costume

It is unknown just where exactly this highly detailed and beautifully embroidered early Jacobean style jacket originated. While it is possible that it was made for The New World, where it was first seen in 2005 on Q’orianka Kilcher as Pocahontas, most of the gowns from that film were recycled from earlier films such as Shakespeare In Love or Elizabeth.

The jacket is seen again in the opening credits of the Showtime series The Tudors, most likely on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn, though her face is not shown when we see the jacket. In 2007 it was used on an extra in Elizabeth: The Golden Age.  In 2008, it was seen on Esther Nubiola as Diane de Monsoreau in the film La dame de Monsoreau, and then again in 2013 on Pénélope Leveque as Mary Livingstone in Mary, Queen of Scots.  In 2014, the costume was seen on Alice Sanders as Fleur Baudin in the television show The Musketeers. In 2015 it made its second appearance in The Musketeers, where it was spotted on Marianne Oldham as Catherine. Most recently it was seen on Naomi Battrick as Jocelyn in the BBC series Jamestown.

Jackets like these can often be seen in portraits from the time period, and several of them still exist today.  A portrait of Dorothy Cary, Viscountess Rochford shows an excellent example and an extant jacket in the collection at The Fashion Museum in Bath is remarkably similar to the costume above, right down to the pink ribbons.

 

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Additional Images

About the Costume

It is unknown just where exactly this highly detailed and beautifully embroidered early Jacobean style jacket originated. While it is possible that it was made for The New World, where it was first seen in 2005 on Q’orianka Kilcher as Pocahontas, most of the gowns from that film were recycled from earlier films such as Shakespeare In Love or Elizabeth.

The jacket is seen again in the opening credits of the Showtime series The Tudors, most likely on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn, though her face is not shown when we see the jacket. In 2007 it was used on an extra in Elizabeth: The Golden Age.  In 2008, it was seen on Esther Nubiola as Diane de Monsoreau in the film La dame de Monsoreau, and then again in 2013 on Pénélope Leveque as Mary Livingstone in Mary, Queen of Scots.  In 2014, the costume was seen on Alice Sanders as Fleur Baudin in the television show The Musketeers. In 2015 it made its second appearance in The Musketeers, where it was spotted on Marianne Oldham as Catherine. Most recently it was seen on Naomi Battrick as Jocelyn in the BBC series Jamestown.

Jackets like these can often be seen in portraits from the time period, and several of them still exist today.  A portrait of Dorothy Cary, Viscountess Rochford shows an excellent example and an extant jacket in the collection at The Fashion Museum in Bath is remarkably similar to the costume above, right down to the pink ribbons.

 

It is unknown just where exactly this highly detailed and beautifully embroidered early Jacobean style jacket originated. While it is possible that it was made for The New World, where it was first seen in 2005 on Q’orianka Kilcher as Pocahontas, most of the gowns from that film were recycled from earlier films such as Shakespeare In Love or Elizabeth.

The jacket is seen again in the opening credits of the Showtime series The Tudors, most likely on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn, though her face is not shown when we see the jacket. In 2007 it was used on an extra in Elizabeth: The Golden Age.  In 2008, it was seen on Esther Nubiola as Diane de Monsoreau in the film La dame de Monsoreau, and then again in 2013 on Pénélope Leveque as Mary Livingstone in Mary, Queen of Scots.  In 2014, the costume was seen on Alice Sanders as Fleur Baudin in the television show The Musketeers. In 2015 it made its second appearance in The Musketeers, where it was spotted on Marianne Oldham as Catherine. Most recently it was seen on Naomi Battrick as Jocelyn in the BBC series Jamestown.

Jackets like these can often be seen in portraits from the time period, and several of them still exist today.  A portrait of Dorothy Cary, Viscountess Rochford shows an excellent example and an extant jacket in the collection at The Fashion Museum in Bath is remarkably similar to the costume above, right down to the pink ribbons.

 

Credits

Sighting Credit:
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  • Gepaepyris
  • Maryellen
  • Katie
  • Katie S.
  • Wendy
  • Georgia
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
Photos provided by:
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  • Gepaepyris
  • Maryellen
  • Katie
  • Katie S.
  • Wendy
  • Georgia
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
  • Su Naing
  • embroideryonscreen
  • Fashion Museum
Costume Designer:
  • Jacqueline West

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