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    • BBC

    Campion: Police at the Funeral

    1989

    Costume seen on Mary Morris as Caroline Faraday

    • Carnival Film & Television
    • London Weekend Television (LWT)
    • ITV

    Poirot: The Chocolate Box

    1993

    Costume seen on Anna Chancellor as Virginie Mesnard

    • BBC
    • Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)

    The Cinder Path

    1994

    Costume seen on Catherine Zeta Jones as Victoria Chapman

    • ITV

    Downton Abbey

    2010

    Costume seen on Elizabeth McGovern as Cora, Countess of Grantham

    • ITV

    Downton Abbey

    2011

    Costume seen on Samantha Bond as Lady Rosamund Painswick

    • Fox Searchlight Pictures

    Goodbye Christopher Robin

    2017

    Costume seen on Geraldine Somerville as Lady O

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About the Costume

This elegantly beaded Edwardian gown was first seen in 1989 in an episode of Campion, entitled Police at a Funeral, where Mary Morris wore it as Caroline Faraday. The costume was seen a second time on Anna Chancellor as Virginie Mesnard in the 1993 episode of Poirot entitled The Chocolate Box. The gown appeared a third time in 1994 on Catherine Zeta-Jones as Victoria Chapman in The Cinder Path. From there, it went on to be used on two different characters in the television series Downton Abbey. It was first worn in 2010 by Elizabeth McGovern as Cora, Countess of Grantham, and then again in 2011 by Samantha Bond as Lady Rosamund Painswick. Most recently, the gown was spotted on Geraldine Somerville as Lady O in the 2017 film Goodbye Christopher Robin. 

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About the Costume

This elegantly beaded Edwardian gown was first seen in 1989 in an episode of Campion, entitled Police at a Funeral, where Mary Morris wore it as Caroline Faraday. The costume was seen a second time on Anna Chancellor as Virginie Mesnard in the 1993 episode of Poirot entitled The Chocolate Box. The gown appeared a third time in 1994 on Catherine Zeta-Jones as Victoria Chapman in The Cinder Path. From there, it went on to be used on two different characters in the television series Downton Abbey. It was first worn in 2010 by Elizabeth McGovern as Cora, Countess of Grantham, and then again in 2011 by Samantha Bond as Lady Rosamund Painswick. Most recently, the gown was spotted on Geraldine Somerville as Lady O in the 2017 film Goodbye Christopher Robin. 

This elegantly beaded Edwardian gown was first seen in 1989 in an episode of Campion, entitled Police at a Funeral, where Mary Morris wore it as Caroline Faraday. The costume was seen a second time on Anna Chancellor as Virginie Mesnard in the 1993 episode of Poirot entitled The Chocolate Box. The gown appeared a third time in 1994 on Catherine Zeta-Jones as Victoria Chapman in The Cinder Path. From there, it went on to be used on two different characters in the television series Downton Abbey. It was first worn in 2010 by Elizabeth McGovern as Cora, Countess of Grantham, and then again in 2011 by Samantha Bond as Lady Rosamund Painswick. Most recently, the gown was spotted on Geraldine Somerville as Lady O in the 2017 film Goodbye Christopher Robin. 

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Gabriela
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
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Costume Designer:
  • Dinah Collin

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