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  • Mary Crosby as Isabel Hazard wearing a red Victorian-style gown in the 1986 series "North and South Book III."
    • American Broadcasting Company (ABC)
    • Warner Bros. Television

    North and South: Book II

    1986

    Costume seen on Mary Crosby as Isabel Hazard

  • Stevie Nicks as the Queen of Hearts wearing a red Victorian-style gown on the cover of the 1989 album "The Other Side of the Mirror."
    • Modern Records

    The Other Side of the Mirror

    1989

    Costume seen on Stevie Nicks, on an album cover as the Queen of Hearts

  • Mila Kunis as Jackie Burkhart wearing a red Victorian-style gown in the episode "The Crunge" of the 2002 series "That 70s Show."
    • Carsey-Werner-Mandabach Productions
    • Twentieth Century Studios Television

    That 70s Show: The Crunge

    2002

    Costume seen on Mila Kunis as Jackie Burkhart

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This red Victorian gown has been used at least three times over the years. It was first seen in the 1986 mini-series North and South: Book II, where Mary Crosby wore it as Isabel Hazard. The second time it was spotted was in 1989 on Stevie Nicks’ album cover The Other Side of the Mirror, in which she was meant to portray the Queen of Hearts. The third time the gown was worn was by Mila Kunis as Jackie Burkhart in the 2002 episode of That 70s Show entitled The Crunge. 

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About the Costume

This red Victorian gown has been used at least three times over the years. It was first seen in the 1986 mini-series North and South: Book II, where Mary Crosby wore it as Isabel Hazard. The second time it was spotted was in 1989 on Stevie Nicks’ album cover The Other Side of the Mirror, in which she was meant to portray the Queen of Hearts. The third time the gown was worn was by Mila Kunis as Jackie Burkhart in the 2002 episode of That 70s Show entitled The Crunge. 

This red Victorian gown has been used at least three times over the years. It was first seen in the 1986 mini-series North and South: Book II, where Mary Crosby wore it as Isabel Hazard. The second time it was spotted was in 1989 on Stevie Nicks’ album cover The Other Side of the Mirror, in which she was meant to portray the Queen of Hearts. The third time the gown was worn was by Mila Kunis as Jackie Burkhart in the 2002 episode of That 70s Show entitled The Crunge. 

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Sighting Credit:
  • Martina
  • Michelle
Costume Designer:
  • Robert Fletcher

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Costume Commentary

  1. I believe that this dress also appears in the Everybody (backstreet’s back) music video on one of the “phantom girl” backup dancer girls.

  2. On Ms. Nick’s, this gown appears to have been altered. The breast fabric appears to be darker and it looks like something has been sewn or pinned on the front. The collar is not the same nor the sleeves. Is it just me or is this a likeness of the costume?

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Costume Commentary

  1. I believe that this dress also appears in the Everybody (backstreet’s back) music video on one of the “phantom girl” backup dancer girls.

  2. On Ms. Nick’s, this gown appears to have been altered. The breast fabric appears to be darker and it looks like something has been sewn or pinned on the front. The collar is not the same nor the sleeves. Is it just me or is this a likeness of the costume?

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  1. I believe that this dress also appears in the Everybody (backstreet’s back) music video on one of the “phantom girl” backup dancer girls.

  2. On Ms. Nick’s, this gown appears to have been altered. The breast fabric appears to be darker and it looks like something has been sewn or pinned on the front. The collar is not the same nor the sleeves. Is it just me or is this a likeness of the costume?

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