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    • London Weekend Television (LWT)

    Affairs of the Heart: Bessie

    1974

    Costume seen on Anna Palk as Kitty Westlake

    • BBC

    The Duchess of Duke Street: The Outsiders

    1976

    Costume seen on Jennifer Daniel as Eleanor

    • BBC

    Berkeley Square

    1998

    Costume seen on Hermione Norris as Victoria St. John

    • Whitby Davison Productions Ltd

    Bramwell: Our Brave Boys

    1998

    Costume seen on Jenny Agutter as Mrs. Bruce

    • ITV

    The Forsyte Saga

    2002

    Costume seen on Amanda Root as Winifred Dartie

    • ITV

    Mr. Selfridge

    2013

    Costume seen on Zoe Tapper as Ellen Love

    • Number 9 Films
    • 30WEST

    Colette

    2018

    Costume seen on Eleanor Tomlinson as Georgie Raoul Duval

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About the Costume

This beautifully detailed Edwardian gown has been used at least seven times over the years. The first known use of the costume was on Anna Palk as Kitty Westlake in the 1974 first season episode of Affairs of the Heart entitled Bessie. In 1976 it was worn by Jennifer Daniel as Eleanor in an episode of The Duchess of Duke Street entitled The Outsiders. In 1998 the costume was seen in Berkeley Square, where Hermione Norris wore it as Victoria St. John. It appeared again that same year on Jenny Agutter as Mrs. Bruce in Bramwell: Our Brave Boys. In 2002 the costume was worn in The Forsyte Saga by Amanda Root as Winifred Dartie, and in 2013 it was seen on Zoe Tapper as Ellen Love in Mr.Selfridge. Most recently, the gown was worn by Eleanor Tomlinson as Georgie Raoul-Duval in the 2018 film Colette. 

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About the Costume

This beautifully detailed Edwardian gown has been used at least seven times over the years. The first known use of the costume was on Anna Palk as Kitty Westlake in the 1974 first season episode of Affairs of the Heart entitled Bessie. In 1976 it was worn by Jennifer Daniel as Eleanor in an episode of The Duchess of Duke Street entitled The Outsiders. In 1998 the costume was seen in Berkeley Square, where Hermione Norris wore it as Victoria St. John. It appeared again that same year on Jenny Agutter as Mrs. Bruce in Bramwell: Our Brave Boys. In 2002 the costume was worn in The Forsyte Saga by Amanda Root as Winifred Dartie, and in 2013 it was seen on Zoe Tapper as Ellen Love in Mr.Selfridge. Most recently, the gown was worn by Eleanor Tomlinson as Georgie Raoul-Duval in the 2018 film Colette. 

This beautifully detailed Edwardian gown has been used at least seven times over the years. The first known use of the costume was on Anna Palk as Kitty Westlake in the 1974 first season episode of Affairs of the Heart entitled Bessie. In 1976 it was worn by Jennifer Daniel as Eleanor in an episode of The Duchess of Duke Street entitled The Outsiders. In 1998 the costume was seen in Berkeley Square, where Hermione Norris wore it as Victoria St. John. It appeared again that same year on Jenny Agutter as Mrs. Bruce in Bramwell: Our Brave Boys. In 2002 the costume was worn in The Forsyte Saga by Amanda Root as Winifred Dartie, and in 2013 it was seen on Zoe Tapper as Ellen Love in Mr.Selfridge. Most recently, the gown was worn by Eleanor Tomlinson as Georgie Raoul-Duval in the 2018 film Colette. 

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  • Shrewsbury Lasses
  • Katie S.
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