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  • Gregor Truter as James Hemmings wearing a red and yellow jacket in the 1998 film "Shakespeare in Love."
    • Universal Pictures
    • Miramax

    Shakespeare In Love

    1998

    Costume seen on Gregor Truter as James Hemmings

  • An uncredited extra wearing a red and yellow jacket in the 2004 film "Ella Enchanted."
    • Miramax

    Ella Enchanted

    2004

    Costume seen on an uncredited extra

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This striking red costume was first worn by Gregor Truter as James Hemmings (who is in turn portraying the character Tybalt on stage) in the 1998 film Shakespeare In Love. It was reused for the 2004 production of Ella Enchanted where it was worn by an uncredited extra.

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About the Costume

This striking red costume was first worn by Gregor Truter as James Hemmings (who is in turn portraying the character Tybalt on stage) in the 1998 film Shakespeare In Love. It was reused for the 2004 production of Ella Enchanted where it was worn by an uncredited extra.

This striking red costume was first worn by Gregor Truter as James Hemmings (who is in turn portraying the character Tybalt on stage) in the 1998 film Shakespeare In Love. It was reused for the 2004 production of Ella Enchanted where it was worn by an uncredited extra.

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  1. Recycled jewelry, recycled shoes, recycled hats and purses – whatever can be considered part of a costume is absolutely going to be included here. I have a bunch of jewelry that I haven’t had the chance to put up yet.

    Other pieces of decor I will certainly consider. I think, to keep things easy, I’d probably limit it to fabrics, etc.

  2. by the way, are there any plans, to include reused pieces of jewelery or other pieces of deacutecor as well, even if they might be reused for serveral eras?

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  1. Recycled jewelry, recycled shoes, recycled hats and purses – whatever can be considered part of a costume is absolutely going to be included here. I have a bunch of jewelry that I haven’t had the chance to put up yet.

    Other pieces of decor I will certainly consider. I think, to keep things easy, I’d probably limit it to fabrics, etc.

  2. by the way, are there any plans, to include reused pieces of jewelery or other pieces of deacutecor as well, even if they might be reused for serveral eras?

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