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  • Juno Temple as Jane Boleyn, Viscountess of Rochford wearing a russet velvet gown in the 2008 film "The Other Boleyn Girl."
    • Columbia Pictures
    • BBC Films

    The Other Boleyn Girl

    2008

    Costume seen on Juno Temple as Jane Boleyn (née Parker), Viscountess Rochford

  • Emma Hamilton as Anne Stanhope wearing a russet velvet gown in the 2009 series "The Tudors."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2009

    Costume seen on Emma Hamilton as Anne Stanhope

  • Sarah Bolger as Princess Mary Tudor wearing a russet velvet gown in the 2010 series "The Tudors."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2010

    Costume seen on Sarah Bolger as Princess Mary Tudor

  • Tara Breathnach as Anne Boleyn wearing a russet velvet gown in the 2013 film "The Last Days of Anne Boleyn."
    • BBC

    The Last Days of Anne Boleyn

    2013

    Costume seen on Tara Breathnach as Anne Boleyn

  • Cover of the 2014 edition of the novel "The Six Wives and Many Mistresses of Henry VIII" by Amy Licence.
    • Amberley Publishing

    The Six Wives & Many Mistresses of Henry VIII

    2014

    Costume seen on the cover of an Amy Licence novel

  • Ella Hunt as Lady Margit wearing a russet velvet gown in the episode "Elizabeth Bathory: Mirror, Mirror" of the 2018 series "Lore."
    • Milk & Honey Pictures

    Lore: Elizabeth Bathory: Mirror, Mirror

    2018

    Costume seen on Ella Hunt as Lady Margit

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About the Costume

The 2008 film The Other Boleyn Girl had an unusual task when production began. Showtime’s television series The Tudors was filming its second season at the same time. Due to the size of its cast, it had rented out nearly every Tudor era garment available from costume houses around the globe. This meant that the film’s costume designer Sandy Powell, who had worked on previous costume dramas such as Shakespeare in Love and Interview with the Vampire, would have to create all of the costumes (with a few minor exceptions) from scratch. It is somewhat rare for a film to have to produce all costumes for main characters and extras, not to mention extremely costly. As a result, Powell had to stretch her budget even farther than would typically be required.

This russet-colored velvet gown was created for The Other Boleyn Girl by Powell, where it was worn by Juno Temple as Jane Boleyn née Parker, Viscountess Rochford, though it is barely seen, and always in a darkened room. Ironically enough, The Tudors rented the costume for use in its 2009 third season, where it was used on actress Emma Hamilton as Anne Stanhope, and again in the 2010 fourth season on Sarah Bolger as Princess Mary Tudor, though it was slightly altered in the front to give it a different look. In 2013 the modified version appeared in a BBC documentary entitled The Last Days of Anne Boleyn, where it was worn on Tara Breathnach as Anne Boleyn. A promo photo from the production went on to be used the very next year on a book cover – The Six Wives and Many Mistresses of Henry VIII by Amy Licence. Most recently, the costume was seen in the second season of Lore, where it was worn by Ella Hunt as Lady Margit. The added decor on the bodice has been removed, but you can still see the holes in the fabric where it used to be.

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About the Costume

The 2008 film The Other Boleyn Girl had an unusual task when production began. Showtime’s television series The Tudors was filming its second season at the same time. Due to the size of its cast, it had rented out nearly every Tudor era garment available from costume houses around the globe. This meant that the film’s costume designer Sandy Powell, who had worked on previous costume dramas such as Shakespeare in Love and Interview with the Vampire, would have to create all of the costumes (with a few minor exceptions) from scratch. It is somewhat rare for a film to have to produce all costumes for main characters and extras, not to mention extremely costly. As a result, Powell had to stretch her budget even farther than would typically be required.

This russet-colored velvet gown was created for The Other Boleyn Girl by Powell, where it was worn by Juno Temple as Jane Boleyn née Parker, Viscountess Rochford, though it is barely seen, and always in a darkened room. Ironically enough, The Tudors rented the costume for use in its 2009 third season, where it was used on actress Emma Hamilton as Anne Stanhope, and again in the 2010 fourth season on Sarah Bolger as Princess Mary Tudor, though it was slightly altered in the front to give it a different look. In 2013 the modified version appeared in a BBC documentary entitled The Last Days of Anne Boleyn, where it was worn on Tara Breathnach as Anne Boleyn. A promo photo from the production went on to be used the very next year on a book cover – The Six Wives and Many Mistresses of Henry VIII by Amy Licence. Most recently, the costume was seen in the second season of Lore, where it was worn by Ella Hunt as Lady Margit. The added decor on the bodice has been removed, but you can still see the holes in the fabric where it used to be.

The 2008 film The Other Boleyn Girl had an unusual task when production began. Showtime’s television series The Tudors was filming its second season at the same time. Due to the size of its cast, it had rented out nearly every Tudor era garment available from costume houses around the globe. This meant that the film’s costume designer Sandy Powell, who had worked on previous costume dramas such as Shakespeare in Love and Interview with the Vampire, would have to create all of the costumes (with a few minor exceptions) from scratch. It is somewhat rare for a film to have to produce all costumes for main characters and extras, not to mention extremely costly. As a result, Powell had to stretch her budget even farther than would typically be required.

This russet-colored velvet gown was created for The Other Boleyn Girl by Powell, where it was worn by Juno Temple as Jane Boleyn née Parker, Viscountess Rochford, though it is barely seen, and always in a darkened room. Ironically enough, The Tudors rented the costume for use in its 2009 third season, where it was used on actress Emma Hamilton as Anne Stanhope, and again in the 2010 fourth season on Sarah Bolger as Princess Mary Tudor, though it was slightly altered in the front to give it a different look. In 2013 the modified version appeared in a BBC documentary entitled The Last Days of Anne Boleyn, where it was worn on Tara Breathnach as Anne Boleyn. A promo photo from the production went on to be used the very next year on a book cover – The Six Wives and Many Mistresses of Henry VIII by Amy Licence. Most recently, the costume was seen in the second season of Lore, where it was worn by Ella Hunt as Lady Margit. The added decor on the bodice has been removed, but you can still see the holes in the fabric where it used to be.

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Sighting Credit:
  • Cintia
  • Mim
  • Ricardo
  • Jeaniefranklins
Photos provided by:
  • Cintia
  • Mim
  • Ricardo
  • Jeaniefranklins
Costume Designer:
  • Sandy Powell

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Costume Commentary

  1. Amy Licence – The Six Wives & Many Mistresses of Henry VIII: The Women’s Stories (2014) // It’s a history book, not a novel, and apparently it took the picture from the documentary about Anne Boleyn.

  2. I don’t know who find it in “The Other Boleyn Girl”, but it wasn’t me. And I do not want to take the credit for something I didn’t do.

    So, whoever you are, you deserve the credit too!!

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Costume Commentary

  1. Amy Licence – The Six Wives & Many Mistresses of Henry VIII: The Women’s Stories (2014) // It’s a history book, not a novel, and apparently it took the picture from the documentary about Anne Boleyn.

  2. I don’t know who find it in “The Other Boleyn Girl”, but it wasn’t me. And I do not want to take the credit for something I didn’t do.

    So, whoever you are, you deserve the credit too!!

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  1. Amy Licence – The Six Wives & Many Mistresses of Henry VIII: The Women’s Stories (2014) // It’s a history book, not a novel, and apparently it took the picture from the documentary about Anne Boleyn.

  2. I don’t know who find it in “The Other Boleyn Girl”, but it wasn’t me. And I do not want to take the credit for something I didn’t do.

    So, whoever you are, you deserve the credit too!!

Comment