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  • Emmy Rossum as Christine Daae wearing a white gown with gold stars in the 2004 film "The Phantom of the Opera."
    • Warner Bros.

    The Phantom of the Opera

    2004

    Costume seen on Emmy Rossum as Christine Daaé

  • Cover of the 2006 edition of the novel "Todo Por Amour (All for Love)" by Dan Jacobson.
    • Grupo Ilhsa

    Todo Por Amor (All for Love)

    2006

    Costume seen on the cover of a Dan Jacobson novel

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This costume first appeared in the 2004 movie adaptation of The Phantom of the Opera, starring Emmy Rossum as Christine Daaé. The dress was later used on the cover of Todo Por Amor (All for Love), a 2006 historical fiction novel by author Dan Jacobson. Interestingly, it seems the same The Phantom of the Opera promotional photograph was used, only it has been mirrored and a new head has been photoshopped on.

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About the Costume

This costume first appeared in the 2004 movie adaptation of The Phantom of the Opera, starring Emmy Rossum as Christine Daaé. The dress was later used on the cover of Todo Por Amor (All for Love), a 2006 historical fiction novel by author Dan Jacobson. Interestingly, it seems the same The Phantom of the Opera promotional photograph was used, only it has been mirrored and a new head has been photoshopped on.

This costume first appeared in the 2004 movie adaptation of The Phantom of the Opera, starring Emmy Rossum as Christine Daaé. The dress was later used on the cover of Todo Por Amor (All for Love), a 2006 historical fiction novel by author Dan Jacobson. Interestingly, it seems the same The Phantom of the Opera promotional photograph was used, only it has been mirrored and a new head has been photoshopped on.

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  • Alexandra Byrne

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  1. There’s hundreds of cases like this one. For example, check this one. The book is “El Heredero del Clan”, a novel by Montse de Paz, a Spanish author (it would mean “The Clan’s Heir” or “The Heir to the Clan”. And to illustrate the cover, they took a promo photo from the adventure serie “Legend of the Seeker”, more specifically of Bridget Regan as Kahlan Amnell.

    In the cover, they only photoshopped a new head and added a viking shield…

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Costume Commentary

  1. There’s hundreds of cases like this one. For example, check this one. The book is “El Heredero del Clan”, a novel by Montse de Paz, a Spanish author (it would mean “The Clan’s Heir” or “The Heir to the Clan”. And to illustrate the cover, they took a promo photo from the adventure serie “Legend of the Seeker”, more specifically of Bridget Regan as Kahlan Amnell.

    In the cover, they only photoshopped a new head and added a viking shield…

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  1. There’s hundreds of cases like this one. For example, check this one. The book is “El Heredero del Clan”, a novel by Montse de Paz, a Spanish author (it would mean “The Clan’s Heir” or “The Heir to the Clan”. And to illustrate the cover, they took a promo photo from the adventure serie “Legend of the Seeker”, more specifically of Bridget Regan as Kahlan Amnell.

    In the cover, they only photoshopped a new head and added a viking shield…

Comment