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    • BBC

    North and South

    2004

    Costume seen on Daniela Denby-Ashe as Margaret Hale

    • BBC

    Bleak House

    2005

    Costume seen on Gillian Anderson as Lady Dedlock

    • BBC

    Cranford Christmas

    2009

    Costume seen on Michelle Dockery as Erminia

    • BBC Wales

    To Walk Invisible

    2016

    Costume seen on Gracie Kelly as Ellen Nussey

    • ITV

    Belgravia

    2020

    Costume seen on Tamsin Greig as Anne Trenchard

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About the Costume

This beautiful striped costume has been worn five times over the years. It was almost certainly made for the 2004 mini-series North & South, where Daniela Denby-Ashe wore it as Margaret Hale. It made another appearance the very next year in the 2005 production of Bleak House, where Gillian Anderson wore it as Lady Dedlock. At this time a belt and buckle were added to the costume – a feature that stayed with the gown as it continued to be used. In 2009 the outfit was worn by Michelle Dockery as Erminia in Cranford Christmas. Next, the dress was seen in the 2016 production To Walk Invisible, where Gracie Kelly wore it as Ellen Nussey, and most recently, it was seen in the 2020 production of Belgravia on Tamsin Greig as Anne Trenchard.

The costume’s fabric has been seen use in multiple productions, sometimes appearing printed on cottons, and other times on silks.  The most likely explanation is that many of the designs came from the same costume house.

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About the Costume

This beautiful striped costume has been worn five times over the years. It was almost certainly made for the 2004 mini-series North & South, where Daniela Denby-Ashe wore it as Margaret Hale. It made another appearance the very next year in the 2005 production of Bleak House, where Gillian Anderson wore it as Lady Dedlock. At this time a belt and buckle were added to the costume – a feature that stayed with the gown as it continued to be used. In 2009 the outfit was worn by Michelle Dockery as Erminia in Cranford Christmas. Next, the dress was seen in the 2016 production To Walk Invisible, where Gracie Kelly wore it as Ellen Nussey, and most recently, it was seen in the 2020 production of Belgravia on Tamsin Greig as Anne Trenchard.

The costume’s fabric has been seen use in multiple productions, sometimes appearing printed on cottons, and other times on silks.  The most likely explanation is that many of the designs came from the same costume house.

This beautiful striped costume has been worn five times over the years. It was almost certainly made for the 2004 mini-series North & South, where Daniela Denby-Ashe wore it as Margaret Hale. It made another appearance the very next year in the 2005 production of Bleak House, where Gillian Anderson wore it as Lady Dedlock. At this time a belt and buckle were added to the costume – a feature that stayed with the gown as it continued to be used. In 2009 the outfit was worn by Michelle Dockery as Erminia in Cranford Christmas. Next, the dress was seen in the 2016 production To Walk Invisible, where Gracie Kelly wore it as Ellen Nussey, and most recently, it was seen in the 2020 production of Belgravia on Tamsin Greig as Anne Trenchard.

The costume’s fabric has been seen use in multiple productions, sometimes appearing printed on cottons, and other times on silks.  The most likely explanation is that many of the designs came from the same costume house.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • carsNcors
  • Katie S.
  • Angela
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
  • Stephanie
  • Amber
  • Mor
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Costume Designer:
  • Mike O’Neill

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