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    • Touchstone Pictures

    Jefferson in Paris

    1995

    Costume seen on Greta Scacchi as Maria Cosway

    • BBC

    Aristocrats

    1999

    Costume seen on Diana Quick as (older) Lady Louisa

    • Warner Bros.

    The Affair of the Necklace

    2001

    Costume seen on Joely Richardson as Marie Antoinette

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About the Costume

This highly distinctive jacket is especially unique because the costume itself is based on an actual extant garment. The original jacket, seen in the gallery below, dates from the 1790s and is displayed at the Kyoto Costume Institute.

The costume from Jefferson in Paris, with costumes by Jenny Beavantakes great pains to create all of the intricate details of the original piece.

The costume was possibly reused again in 1999 in the BBC mini-series Aristocrats and then in 2001 in The Affair of the Necklace, though differences in the jacket make it difficult to determine. It’s possible that at least two of the sightings above are the same jacket, or all three could be different.  

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Additional Images

About the Costume

This highly distinctive jacket is especially unique because the costume itself is based on an actual extant garment. The original jacket, seen in the gallery below, dates from the 1790s and is displayed at the Kyoto Costume Institute.

The costume from Jefferson in Paris, with costumes by Jenny Beavantakes great pains to create all of the intricate details of the original piece.

The costume was possibly reused again in 1999 in the BBC mini-series Aristocrats and then in 2001 in The Affair of the Necklace, though differences in the jacket make it difficult to determine. It’s possible that at least two of the sightings above are the same jacket, or all three could be different.  

Do you have any thoughts or opinions on this piece? Let us know!

This highly distinctive jacket is especially unique because the costume itself is based on an actual extant garment. The original jacket, seen in the gallery below, dates from the 1790s and is displayed at the Kyoto Costume Institute.

The costume from Jefferson in Paris, with costumes by Jenny Beavantakes great pains to create all of the intricate details of the original piece.

The costume was possibly reused again in 1999 in the BBC mini-series Aristocrats and then in 2001 in The Affair of the Necklace, though differences in the jacket make it difficult to determine. It’s possible that at least two of the sightings above are the same jacket, or all three could be different.  

Do you have any thoughts or opinions on this piece? Let us know!

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Maggie
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Costume Designer:
  • Jenny Beavan
  • John Bright

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