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  • Linda van Dyck as Anna of Saxony wearing a green gown with woven sleeves in the 1984 film "Willem van Oranje (William of Orange)."
    • Algemene Vereniging Radio Omroep

    Willem van Oranje (William of Orange)

    1984

    Costume seen on Linda van Dyck as Anna van Saksen

  • An uncredited actress as a courtier wearing a green gown with woven sleeves in the 1998 film "Shakespeare in Love."
    • Universal Pictures

    Shakespeare In Love

    1998

    Costume seen on an uncredited actress as a courtier

  • An uncredited actress playing a part in a play wearing a green gown with woven sleeves in the 2007 film "Hot Fuzz."
    • Universal Pictures

    Hot Fuzz

    2007

    Costume seen on an uncredited actress playing a part in a play

  • Cover of the 2008 edition of the novel "The Lady Elizabeth" by Alison Weir.
    • Ballantine Books

    The Lady Elizabeth

    2008

    Costume seen on the cover of an Alison Weir novel

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About the Costume

Occasionally movie costumes show up in places other than television or film. Over the past few years, a great many costumes that were originally designed for the screen were used in various photo shoots, which then went on to grace the covers of historical fiction novels. This beautifully detailed green gown with woven sleeves originated in the 1984 Dutch film Willem van Oranje (William of Orange), where Linda van Dyck wore it as Anna van Saksen. It was seen again fourteen years later worn by an extra in the 1998 film Shakespeare in Love. It was used on another extra in the 2007 film Hot Fuzz and was finally utilized for the cover of the 2008 Alison Weir novel The Lady Elizabeth.

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About the Costume

Occasionally movie costumes show up in places other than television or film. Over the past few years, a great many costumes that were originally designed for the screen were used in various photo shoots, which then went on to grace the covers of historical fiction novels. This beautifully detailed green gown with woven sleeves originated in the 1984 Dutch film Willem van Oranje (William of Orange), where Linda van Dyck wore it as Anna van Saksen. It was seen again fourteen years later worn by an extra in the 1998 film Shakespeare in Love. It was used on another extra in the 2007 film Hot Fuzz and was finally utilized for the cover of the 2008 Alison Weir novel The Lady Elizabeth.

Occasionally movie costumes show up in places other than television or film. Over the past few years, a great many costumes that were originally designed for the screen were used in various photo shoots, which then went on to grace the covers of historical fiction novels. This beautifully detailed green gown with woven sleeves originated in the 1984 Dutch film Willem van Oranje (William of Orange), where Linda van Dyck wore it as Anna van Saksen. It was seen again fourteen years later worn by an extra in the 1998 film Shakespeare in Love. It was used on another extra in the 2007 film Hot Fuzz and was finally utilized for the cover of the 2008 Alison Weir novel The Lady Elizabeth.

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  • Yan Tax

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Costume Commentary

  1. I’ve found this, but I don’t know what it is, exactly… The site said something about Anne Boleyn’s era and photos from a set… If someone know anything…

          • Perhaps, but I doubt it. Maybe it is just the place where they took the photos. In fact, the pillar behind the girl reminds me Hampton Court.

            Guys, I’m so sorry that I couldn’t join you, but I had a problem when I got back home. My whole costume folders dissappeared. I found myself “costume-empty” -I couldn’t believe it. Everything. Gone. So I really want to say sorry that I didn’t join you when I supposed to do it. It’s just that I don’t want to appear empty handed. Would you be a little more patient? I hate to make people wait, but that’s my situation right now…

    • The site also has Mary Tudors reign with a dress that was seen on a model in a photoshoot by Richard Jenkins. It was also seen on “The Tudors” 2010 on Anne Parr.

  2. Sorry to be nitpicky, but i do not think it is Heather Matarazzo. First off: She isn’t listed for any part in Shakespeare in Love and not even known for a cameo. And then: according to the imdb she was only 15 or 16 by the time SiL was shot and the woman on the picture looks much older and has different eyes.

  3. I believe that the actress in the first image for Shakespeare In Love is actually Heather Matarazzo. picture’s a little grainy, but I remember her face from The Princess Diaries. it could be another woman I’ve seen on this site whose name escapes me, but I’m pretty sure it’s Heather.

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Costume Commentary

  1. I’ve found this, but I don’t know what it is, exactly… The site said something about Anne Boleyn’s era and photos from a set… If someone know anything…

          • Perhaps, but I doubt it. Maybe it is just the place where they took the photos. In fact, the pillar behind the girl reminds me Hampton Court.

            Guys, I’m so sorry that I couldn’t join you, but I had a problem when I got back home. My whole costume folders dissappeared. I found myself “costume-empty” -I couldn’t believe it. Everything. Gone. So I really want to say sorry that I didn’t join you when I supposed to do it. It’s just that I don’t want to appear empty handed. Would you be a little more patient? I hate to make people wait, but that’s my situation right now…

    • The site also has Mary Tudors reign with a dress that was seen on a model in a photoshoot by Richard Jenkins. It was also seen on “The Tudors” 2010 on Anne Parr.

  2. Sorry to be nitpicky, but i do not think it is Heather Matarazzo. First off: She isn’t listed for any part in Shakespeare in Love and not even known for a cameo. And then: according to the imdb she was only 15 or 16 by the time SiL was shot and the woman on the picture looks much older and has different eyes.

  3. I believe that the actress in the first image for Shakespeare In Love is actually Heather Matarazzo. picture’s a little grainy, but I remember her face from The Princess Diaries. it could be another woman I’ve seen on this site whose name escapes me, but I’m pretty sure it’s Heather.

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  1. I’ve found this, but I don’t know what it is, exactly… The site said something about Anne Boleyn’s era and photos from a set… If someone know anything…

          • Perhaps, but I doubt it. Maybe it is just the place where they took the photos. In fact, the pillar behind the girl reminds me Hampton Court.

            Guys, I’m so sorry that I couldn’t join you, but I had a problem when I got back home. My whole costume folders dissappeared. I found myself “costume-empty” -I couldn’t believe it. Everything. Gone. So I really want to say sorry that I didn’t join you when I supposed to do it. It’s just that I don’t want to appear empty handed. Would you be a little more patient? I hate to make people wait, but that’s my situation right now…

    • The site also has Mary Tudors reign with a dress that was seen on a model in a photoshoot by Richard Jenkins. It was also seen on “The Tudors” 2010 on Anne Parr.

  2. Sorry to be nitpicky, but i do not think it is Heather Matarazzo. First off: She isn’t listed for any part in Shakespeare in Love and not even known for a cameo. And then: according to the imdb she was only 15 or 16 by the time SiL was shot and the woman on the picture looks much older and has different eyes.

  3. I believe that the actress in the first image for Shakespeare In Love is actually Heather Matarazzo. picture’s a little grainy, but I remember her face from The Princess Diaries. it could be another woman I’ve seen on this site whose name escapes me, but I’m pretty sure it’s Heather.

Comment