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  • Anjelica Huston as Rodmilla de Ghent wearing a gray and russet gown in the 1998 film "Ever After."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Ever After

    1998

    Costume seen on Anjelica Huston as Rodmilla de Ghent

  • Jennifer Ehle as Christabel La Motte wearing a gray and russet gown in the 2002 film "Possession."
    • Warner Bros.
    • Focus Features

    Possession

    2002

    Costume seen on Jennifer Ehle as Christabel LaMotte

  • An extra as a courtier wearing a gray and russet gown in the pilot episode of the 2015 series "Galavant."
    • ABC Signature

    Galavant: Pilot

    2015

    Costume seen on an extra as a courtier

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About the Costume

Jenny Beavan possibly designed this russet-colored gown for Anjelica Huston to wear as Rodmilla de Ghent in the 1998 film Ever After. However, because some of Huston’s costumes were worn in previous productions, such as her headdress, which can be found here, it’s possible that this gown dates to an earlier film.

The costume was seen later in 2002, being worn by Jennifer Ehle as Christabel LaMotte in the adaptation of the A. S. Byatt novel Possession. Ehle is no stranger to recycled costumes, having appeared in them many times. 

Finally, the gown was seen being worn by an extra as a courtier in the short-lived musical television show Galavant, where it appeared in the 2015 pilot episode. 

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About the Costume

Jenny Beavan possibly designed this russet-colored gown for Anjelica Huston to wear as Rodmilla de Ghent in the 1998 film Ever After. However, because some of Huston’s costumes were worn in previous productions, such as her headdress, which can be found here, it’s possible that this gown dates to an earlier film.

The costume was seen later in 2002, being worn by Jennifer Ehle as Christabel LaMotte in the adaptation of the A. S. Byatt novel Possession. Ehle is no stranger to recycled costumes, having appeared in them many times. 

Finally, the gown was seen being worn by an extra as a courtier in the short-lived musical television show Galavant, where it appeared in the 2015 pilot episode. 

Jenny Beavan possibly designed this russet-colored gown for Anjelica Huston to wear as Rodmilla de Ghent in the 1998 film Ever After. However, because some of Huston’s costumes were worn in previous productions, such as her headdress, which can be found here, it’s possible that this gown dates to an earlier film.

The costume was seen later in 2002, being worn by Jennifer Ehle as Christabel LaMotte in the adaptation of the A. S. Byatt novel Possession. Ehle is no stranger to recycled costumes, having appeared in them many times. 

Finally, the gown was seen being worn by an extra as a courtier in the short-lived musical television show Galavant, where it appeared in the 2015 pilot episode. 

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  • Jenny Beavan

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