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  • Isabelle Huppert as Emma Bovary wearing a pink striped gown in the 1991 film "Madame Bovary."
    • The Samuel Goldwyn Company
    • MK2 Productions
    • Canal+

    Madame Bovary

    1991

    Costume seen on Isabelle Huppert as Emma Bovary

  • Emily Hamilton as Agnes Wickfield wearing a pink striped gown in the 2000 film "David Copperfield."
    • Hallmark Entertainment

    David Copperfield

    2000

    Costume seen on Emily Hamilton as Agnes Wickfield

  • Victoria Hamilton as Queen Victoria wearing a pink striped gown in the 2001 mini-series "Victoria and Albert."
    • BBC

    Victoria and Albert

    2001

    Costume seen on Victoria Hamilton as Queen Victoria

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This striped pink gown has been used at least three times over the years. Isabelle Huppert first wore it as Emma Bovary in the 1991 adaptation of Madam Bovary. Then in 2000 the dress was worn by Emily Hamilton as Agnes Wickfield in David Copperfield. Finally, it was seen a third time in 2001 by Victoria Hamilton as Queen Victoria in Victoria & Albert.

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About the Costume

This striped pink gown has been used at least three times over the years. Isabelle Huppert first wore it as Emma Bovary in the 1991 adaptation of Madam Bovary. Then in 2000 the dress was worn by Emily Hamilton as Agnes Wickfield in David Copperfield. Finally, it was seen a third time in 2001 by Victoria Hamilton as Queen Victoria in Victoria & Albert.

This striped pink gown has been used at least three times over the years. Isabelle Huppert first wore it as Emma Bovary in the 1991 adaptation of Madam Bovary. Then in 2000 the dress was worn by Emily Hamilton as Agnes Wickfield in David Copperfield. Finally, it was seen a third time in 2001 by Victoria Hamilton as Queen Victoria in Victoria & Albert.

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  • Julia Spicer
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