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  • Sabina Maydelle as Sasha Tchaikovsky wearing a white and gold striped Victorian dress in the 1970 film "The Music Lovers."
    • Russ Films
    • United Artists

    The Music Lovers

    1971

    Costume seen on Sabina Maydelle as Sasha Tchaikovsky

  • Jane Seymour as Emma Callen wearing a white and gold striped Victorian dress in the 1972 series "The Onedin Line."
    • BBC

    The Onedin Line

    1972

    Costume seen on Jane Seymour as Emma Callon

  • Terri Garber as Ashton Main wearing a white and gold striped Victorian dress in the 1985 series "North and South."
    • American Broadcasting Company (ABC)
    • Warner Bros. Television

    North and South

    1985

    Costume seen on Terri Garber as Ashton Main

  • Jennifer Ehle as Constance Wilde wearing a white and gold striped Victorian dress in the 1997 film "Wilde."
    • Samuelson Productions
    • BBC Films

    Wilde

    1997

    Costume seen on Jennifer Ehle as Constance Wilde

  • Emily Hamilton as Agnes Wickfield wearing a white and gold striped Victorian dress in the 2000 film "David Copperfield."
    • Hallmark Entertainment

    David Copperfield

    2000

    Costume seen on Emily Hamilton as Agnes Wickfield

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About the Costume

This fantastic Victorian gown made its first appearance in the 1971 film The Music Lovers, where Sabina Maydelle wore it as Sasha Tchaikovsky. In 1972 it was worn by Jane Seymour as Emma Callon in The Onedin Line. In 1985 the dress was worn by Terri Garber as Ashton Main in the mini-series North and South. The bodice was heavily altered, giving it a square neckline for Jennifer Ehle as Constance Wilde in the 1997 film Wilde. Finally, Emily Hamilton wore the gown as Agnes Wickfield in the 2000 adaptation of David Copperfield. The bodice gown has been adapted even further, as evidenced by the placement of the stripes on the bodice. However, the detailing on the skirt makes it certain these gowns are all the same. 

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About the Costume

This fantastic Victorian gown made its first appearance in the 1971 film The Music Lovers, where Sabina Maydelle wore it as Sasha Tchaikovsky. In 1972 it was worn by Jane Seymour as Emma Callon in The Onedin Line. In 1985 the dress was worn by Terri Garber as Ashton Main in the mini-series North and South. The bodice was heavily altered, giving it a square neckline for Jennifer Ehle as Constance Wilde in the 1997 film Wilde. Finally, Emily Hamilton wore the gown as Agnes Wickfield in the 2000 adaptation of David Copperfield. The bodice gown has been adapted even further, as evidenced by the placement of the stripes on the bodice. However, the detailing on the skirt makes it certain these gowns are all the same. 

This fantastic Victorian gown made its first appearance in the 1971 film The Music Lovers, where Sabina Maydelle wore it as Sasha Tchaikovsky. In 1972 it was worn by Jane Seymour as Emma Callon in The Onedin Line. In 1985 the dress was worn by Terri Garber as Ashton Main in the mini-series North and South. The bodice was heavily altered, giving it a square neckline for Jennifer Ehle as Constance Wilde in the 1997 film Wilde. Finally, Emily Hamilton wore the gown as Agnes Wickfield in the 2000 adaptation of David Copperfield. The bodice gown has been adapted even further, as evidenced by the placement of the stripes on the bodice. However, the detailing on the skirt makes it certain these gowns are all the same. 

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  • Shirley Russell

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  1. Yes, it’s gorgeous! And still looking new 30 years after its first appearance. At first I thought it was made for this production. It fits Hamilton so well, and looks brand new!

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  1. Yes, it’s gorgeous! And still looking new 30 years after its first appearance. At first I thought it was made for this production. It fits Hamilton so well, and looks brand new!

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  1. Yes, it’s gorgeous! And still looking new 30 years after its first appearance. At first I thought it was made for this production. It fits Hamilton so well, and looks brand new!

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