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    • Renn Productions
    • France 2 Cinéma
    • Miramax

    La Reine Margot (Queen Margot)

    1994

    Costume seen on Isabelle Adjani as Marguerite de Valois

    • Ziegler Film & Company
    • Banijay Studios France
    • Institut del Cinema Català

    Henri of Navarre

    2009

    Costume seen on an extra as a lady in waiting

    • France 2 (FR2)

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

    2009

    Costume seen on Priscilla Bescond as Charlotte de Montmorency

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About the Costume

This gown is a good example of costumes having duplicates. Duplicate costumes are frequently made for costumes that have to undergo some kind of change, such as getting wet, torn or dirty.

Costume designer Moidele Bickel created four copies of this white dress for the 1994 film La reine Margot (Queen Margot), each with varying amounts of blood on them. The gowns were worn on Isabelle Adjani as Marguerite de Valois.  The clean and pristine version of the gown has gone on to be used in other productions.  In 2009 it was seen on an extra in Henri 4 (also titled Henri of Navarre), where it was worn on an extra.  It made another appearance that same year on Priscilla Bescond as Charlotte de Montmorency in Ce jour là, tout a changé – L’assassinat d’Henri IV (The Days that Made History – The Assasination of Henry IV).

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Additional Images

About the Costume

This gown is a good example of costumes having duplicates. Duplicate costumes are frequently made for costumes that have to undergo some kind of change, such as getting wet, torn or dirty.

Costume designer Moidele Bickel created four copies of this white dress for the 1994 film La reine Margot (Queen Margot), each with varying amounts of blood on them. The gowns were worn on Isabelle Adjani as Marguerite de Valois.  The clean and pristine version of the gown has gone on to be used in other productions.  In 2009 it was seen on an extra in Henri 4 (also titled Henri of Navarre), where it was worn on an extra.  It made another appearance that same year on Priscilla Bescond as Charlotte de Montmorency in Ce jour là, tout a changé – L’assassinat d’Henri IV (The Days that Made History – The Assasination of Henry IV).

This gown is a good example of costumes having duplicates. Duplicate costumes are frequently made for costumes that have to undergo some kind of change, such as getting wet, torn or dirty.

Costume designer Moidele Bickel created four copies of this white dress for the 1994 film La reine Margot (Queen Margot), each with varying amounts of blood on them. The gowns were worn on Isabelle Adjani as Marguerite de Valois.  The clean and pristine version of the gown has gone on to be used in other productions.  In 2009 it was seen on an extra in Henri 4 (also titled Henri of Navarre), where it was worn on an extra.  It made another appearance that same year on Priscilla Bescond as Charlotte de Montmorency in Ce jour là, tout a changé – L’assassinat d’Henri IV (The Days that Made History – The Assasination of Henry IV).

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Sandra
Photos provided by:
  • Sandra
  • Gabriela
  • Julia Spicer
  • justprosper
Costume Designer:
  • Moidele Bickel

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