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  • Cate Blanchett as Viola De Lesseps wearing an orange Elizabethan jacket in the 1998 film "Shakespeare in Love."
    • Universal Pictures
    • Miramax

    Shakespeare In Love

    1998

    Costume seen on Gwyneth Paltrow as Viola De Lesseps

  • Rebekah Wainwright as Catherine Willoughby wearing an orange Elizabethan jacket in the 2007 series "The Tudors."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2007

    Costume seen on Rebekah Wainwright as Catherine Willoughby

  • An extra wearing an orange Elizabethan jacket in the episode "L'Assassinat d'Henri IV (The Assassination of Henry IV)" of the 2009 series "Ce jour la, tout a change (The Days that Made History)."
    • France 2 (FR2)

    Ce jour la, tout a changé: L'Assassinat d'Henri IV (The Days that Made History: The Assassination of Henry IV)

    2009

    Costume seen on an extra

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This orange velvet Elizabethan jacket was created for the 1998 film Shakespeare in Love by Sandy Powell, who won an Academy Award for her designs. The jacket was worn by Gwyneth Paltrow as the character Viola De Lesseps. The costume likely had several duplicates made, as it is shown intact early in the film, and then again at the end, dirty and torn after Viola is shipwrecked. One of the duplicates went on to be used again in the first season of Showtime’s series The Tudors on Rebekah Wainwright as Catherine Willoughby. In 2009 it was worn by an extra in Ce jour la, tout a changé: L’Assassinat d’Henri IV (The Days that Made History: The Assassination of Henry IV).

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About the Costume

This orange velvet Elizabethan jacket was created for the 1998 film Shakespeare in Love by Sandy Powell, who won an Academy Award for her designs. The jacket was worn by Gwyneth Paltrow as the character Viola De Lesseps. The costume likely had several duplicates made, as it is shown intact early in the film, and then again at the end, dirty and torn after Viola is shipwrecked. One of the duplicates went on to be used again in the first season of Showtime’s series The Tudors on Rebekah Wainwright as Catherine Willoughby. In 2009 it was worn by an extra in Ce jour la, tout a changé: L’Assassinat d’Henri IV (The Days that Made History: The Assassination of Henry IV).

This orange velvet Elizabethan jacket was created for the 1998 film Shakespeare in Love by Sandy Powell, who won an Academy Award for her designs. The jacket was worn by Gwyneth Paltrow as the character Viola De Lesseps. The costume likely had several duplicates made, as it is shown intact early in the film, and then again at the end, dirty and torn after Viola is shipwrecked. One of the duplicates went on to be used again in the first season of Showtime’s series The Tudors on Rebekah Wainwright as Catherine Willoughby. In 2009 it was worn by an extra in Ce jour la, tout a changé: L’Assassinat d’Henri IV (The Days that Made History: The Assassination of Henry IV).

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  1. If someone is interested, I’ve created a list in GoodReads with the best orange/yellow/golden dresses in book covers. It’s name is “Golden as the Sunset”

  2. there must have been at least two exemplars made aof this cstume for “shakespeare in love”, because here is the “shipwrecked” version of it:

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  1. If someone is interested, I’ve created a list in GoodReads with the best orange/yellow/golden dresses in book covers. It’s name is “Golden as the Sunset”

  2. there must have been at least two exemplars made aof this cstume for “shakespeare in love”, because here is the “shipwrecked” version of it:

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  1. If someone is interested, I’ve created a list in GoodReads with the best orange/yellow/golden dresses in book covers. It’s name is “Golden as the Sunset”

  2. there must have been at least two exemplars made aof this cstume for “shakespeare in love”, because here is the “shipwrecked” version of it:

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