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  • Mark Rylance as Henry Condell wearing a gold and white doublet with matching breeches in the 2011 film "Anonymous."
    • Columbia Pictures

    Anonymous

    2011

    Costume seen on Mark Rylance as Henry Condell

  • An extra as a courtier wearing a white and gold doublet with matching breeches in the 2016 film "Alice Through the Looking Glass."
    • Walt Disney Pictures

    Alice Through the Looking Glass

    2016

    Costume seen on extra as a courtier

  • Tony Curran as King James I wearing a white and gold doublet with matching breeches in the 2024 miniseries "Mary & George."
    • Starz!

    Mary & George

    2024

    Costume seen on Tony Curran as King James I

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This gold and white doublet with matching slashed breeches was first spotted being worn by Mark Rylance as Henry Condell in the 2011 film Anonymous. It was seen again in 2016 in a crowd scene in Alice Through the Looking Glass. Most recently the piece was worn by Tony Curran as King James I in the 2024 miniseries Mary & George.

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About the Costume

This gold and white doublet with matching slashed breeches was first spotted being worn by Mark Rylance as Henry Condell in the 2011 film Anonymous. It was seen again in 2016 in a crowd scene in Alice Through the Looking Glass. Most recently the piece was worn by Tony Curran as King James I in the 2024 miniseries Mary & George.

This gold and white doublet with matching slashed breeches was first spotted being worn by Mark Rylance as Henry Condell in the 2011 film Anonymous. It was seen again in 2016 in a crowd scene in Alice Through the Looking Glass. Most recently the piece was worn by Tony Curran as King James I in the 2024 miniseries Mary & George.

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