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  • Georgiana Hale as Daisy Miller wearing a white gown in the episode "Daisy" of the 1975 mini-series "Affairs of the Heart."
    • London Weekend Television (LWT)

    Affairs of the Heart: Daisy

    1975

    Costume seen on Georgina Hale as Daisy Miller

  • Madeline Potter as Verena Tarrant wearing a white gown in the 1984 film "The Bostonians."
    • Merchant Ivory Productions

    The Bostonians

    1984

    Costume seen on Madeleine Potter as Verena Tarrant

  • An extra wearing a white gown in the 1993 film "The Age of Innocence."
    • Columbia Pictures

    The Age of Innocence

    1993

    Costume seen on an extra

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About the Costume

The television series Affairs of the Heart was the first to use this stunning gown in the 1975 episode titled Daisy, when Georgina Hale wore it as Daisy Miller. Because the show has no costume designer attributed to it, this costume likely originated with an earlier production. It took nine years before the gown was recycled, appearing on the actress Madeleine Potter as Verena Tarrant in the 1984 production The Bostonians. It was later reused in 1993 by The Age of Innocence, where it was worn by an extra.

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About the Costume

The television series Affairs of the Heart was the first to use this stunning gown in the 1975 episode titled Daisy, when Georgina Hale wore it as Daisy Miller. Because the show has no costume designer attributed to it, this costume likely originated with an earlier production. It took nine years before the gown was recycled, appearing on the actress Madeleine Potter as Verena Tarrant in the 1984 production The Bostonians. It was later reused in 1993 by The Age of Innocence, where it was worn by an extra.

The television series Affairs of the Heart was the first to use this stunning gown in the 1975 episode titled Daisy, when Georgina Hale wore it as Daisy Miller. Because the show has no costume designer attributed to it, this costume likely originated with an earlier production. It took nine years before the gown was recycled, appearing on the actress Madeleine Potter as Verena Tarrant in the 1984 production The Bostonians. It was later reused in 1993 by The Age of Innocence, where it was worn by an extra.

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Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Emanuele
  • Lauren M.
Photos provided by:
  • Emanuele
  • Lauren M.
  • justprosper
Costume Designer:
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