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  • Emma Thompson as Margaret Schlegel wearing a cream floral blouse in the 1992 film "Howard's End."
    • Merchant Ivory Productions

    Howards End

    1992

    Costume seen on Emma Thompson as Margaret Schlegel

  • Maggie Smith as Lady Myra Naylor wearing a cream floral blouse in the 1999 film "The Last September."
    • Matrix Films
    • Canal+

    The Last September

    1999

    Costume seen on Maggie Smith as Lady Myra Naylor

  • Catherine Zeta-Jones as Mary McGarvie wearing a cream floral blouse in the 2007 film "Death Defying Acts."
    • BBC Films

    Death Defying Acts

    2007

    Costume seen on Catherine Zeta-Jones as Mary McGarvie

  • Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley wearing a cream floral blouse in the 2011 series "Downton Abbey."
    • ITV

    Downton Abbey

    2011

    Costume seen on Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley

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About the Costume

Jenny Beavan most likely designed this floral blouse for the film Howard’s End in 1992. Her costumes for the film earned her an Academy Award nomination for best costume design. 

The blouse was worn in the movie Howards End by Emma Thompson as Margaret Schlegel. It was next seen on Maggie Smith as Lady Myra Naylor in the 1999 film The Last September. It was used a third time in the 2007 Death Defying Acts, where Catherine Zeta-Jones wore it as Mary McGarvie. Finally, it was used a fourth time in 2011 in the second season of Downton Abbey on Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley.

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About the Costume

Jenny Beavan most likely designed this floral blouse for the film Howard’s End in 1992. Her costumes for the film earned her an Academy Award nomination for best costume design. 

The blouse was worn in the movie Howards End by Emma Thompson as Margaret Schlegel. It was next seen on Maggie Smith as Lady Myra Naylor in the 1999 film The Last September. It was used a third time in the 2007 Death Defying Acts, where Catherine Zeta-Jones wore it as Mary McGarvie. Finally, it was used a fourth time in 2011 in the second season of Downton Abbey on Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley.

Jenny Beavan most likely designed this floral blouse for the film Howard’s End in 1992. Her costumes for the film earned her an Academy Award nomination for best costume design. 

The blouse was worn in the movie Howards End by Emma Thompson as Margaret Schlegel. It was next seen on Maggie Smith as Lady Myra Naylor in the 1999 film The Last September. It was used a third time in the 2007 Death Defying Acts, where Catherine Zeta-Jones wore it as Mary McGarvie. Finally, it was used a fourth time in 2011 in the second season of Downton Abbey on Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley.

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Sighting Credit:
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Costume Designer:
  • Jenny Beavan
  • John Bright

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