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  • Lynsey Baxter as Ernestina wearing a purple and green plaid gown in the 1981 film "The French Lieutenant's Woman."
    • United Artists

    The French Lieutenant's Woman

    1981

    Costume seen on Lynsey Baxter as Ernestina

  • Shirley Henderson as Marie Melmotte wearing a purple and green plaid gown in the 2001 series "The Way We Live Now."
    • BBC

    The Way We Live Now

    2001

    Costume seen on Shirley Henderson as Marie Melmotte

  • Catherine Steadman as Tilly Basset wearing a purple and green plaid gown in the 2010 film "An Old Fashioned Christmas."
    • RHI Entertainment

    An Old-Fashioned Christmas

    2010

    Costume seen on Catherine Steadman as Tilly

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This stunning silk Victorian gown has been used in three productions over the years. It first appeared in 1981 in The French Lieutenant’s Woman, where Lynsey Baxter wore it as Ernestina. In 2001 it was used in the mini-series The Way We Live Now by Shirley Henderson as Marie Melmotte, and most recently, Catherine Steadman wore it as Tilly in the 2010 An Old-Fashioned Christmas.

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About the Costume

This stunning silk Victorian gown has been used in three productions over the years. It first appeared in 1981 in The French Lieutenant’s Woman, where Lynsey Baxter wore it as Ernestina. In 2001 it was used in the mini-series The Way We Live Now by Shirley Henderson as Marie Melmotte, and most recently, Catherine Steadman wore it as Tilly in the 2010 An Old-Fashioned Christmas.

This stunning silk Victorian gown has been used in three productions over the years. It first appeared in 1981 in The French Lieutenant’s Woman, where Lynsey Baxter wore it as Ernestina. In 2001 it was used in the mini-series The Way We Live Now by Shirley Henderson as Marie Melmotte, and most recently, Catherine Steadman wore it as Tilly in the 2010 An Old-Fashioned Christmas.

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Sighting Credit:
  • Laren M.
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
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Costume Designer:
  • Tom Rand

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