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  • Gillian Kearney as June Forsyte wearing a black and purple Victorian gown in the 2003 series "The Forsyte Saga: To Let."
    • ITV

    The Forsyte Saga: To Let

    2003

    Costume seen on Gillian Kearney as June Forsyte

  • Q'orianka Kilcher as Princess Ka'iulani wearing a black and purple Victorian gown in the 2009 film "Princess Ka'iulani."
    • Matador Pictures

    Princess Ka'iulani

    2009

    Costume seen on Q'orianka Kilcher as Princess Ka'iulani

  • Jenna Coleman as Clara wearing a black and purple Victorian gown in the episode "The Crimson Horror" of the 2013 series "Doctor Who."
    • BBC Wales

    Doctor Who: The Crimson Horror

    2013

    Costume seen on Jenna Coleman as Clara

  • Lesley Manville as Bea Haddington wearing a black and purple Victorian gown in the 2013 film "The Christmas Candle."
    • Pinewood Studios

    The Christmas Candle

    2013

    Costume seen on Lesley Manville as Bea Haddington

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About the Costume

This lovely Victorian gown has been used at least four times over the years. It was first seen in the 2003 series The Forsyte Saga: To Let, where Gillian Kearney wore it as June Forsyte. In 2009 it was spotted on Q’orianka Kilcher as Princess Ka’iulani in Princess Ka’iulani. The gown made a third appearance in the 2013 episode of Doctor Who entitled The Crimson Horror, where it was worn by Jenna Coleman as Clara. That same year it was also seen in The Christmas Candle on Lesley Manville as Bea Haddington.

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About the Costume

This lovely Victorian gown has been used at least four times over the years. It was first seen in the 2003 series The Forsyte Saga: To Let, where Gillian Kearney wore it as June Forsyte. In 2009 it was spotted on Q’orianka Kilcher as Princess Ka’iulani in Princess Ka’iulani. The gown made a third appearance in the 2013 episode of Doctor Who entitled The Crimson Horror, where it was worn by Jenna Coleman as Clara. That same year it was also seen in The Christmas Candle on Lesley Manville as Bea Haddington.

This lovely Victorian gown has been used at least four times over the years. It was first seen in the 2003 series The Forsyte Saga: To Let, where Gillian Kearney wore it as June Forsyte. In 2009 it was spotted on Q’orianka Kilcher as Princess Ka’iulani in Princess Ka’iulani. The gown made a third appearance in the 2013 episode of Doctor Who entitled The Crimson Horror, where it was worn by Jenna Coleman as Clara. That same year it was also seen in The Christmas Candle on Lesley Manville as Bea Haddington.

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  • Jesk
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  • Phoebe De Gaye

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