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  • Barbara Parkins as Leonie Jerome wearing a blue jacket with orange detailing in the 1974 mini-series "Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill."
    • ITV

    Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill

    1974

    Costume seen on Barbara Parkins as Leonie Jerome

  • Katy Carmichael as Jane Robins wearing a blue jacket with orange detailing in the 2001 mini-series 'The Infinite Worlds of H. G. Wells."
    • Hallmark Entertainment

    The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells

    2001

    Costume seen on Katy Carmichael as Jane Robins

  • An extra wearing a blue jacket with orange detailing in the 2016 series "Ripper Street."
    • BBC

    Ripper Street

    2016

    Costume seen on an extra

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This lovely jacket was first spotted in 1974 in the mini-series Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill, where Barbara Parkins wore it as Leonie Jerome. It was not seen again until 2001 when Katy Carmichael wore it as Jane Robins in The Infinite Worlds of H. G. Wells. It was seen again most recently on an extra in a 2016 episode of Ripper Street.

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About the Costume

This lovely jacket was first spotted in 1974 in the mini-series Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill, where Barbara Parkins wore it as Leonie Jerome. It was not seen again until 2001 when Katy Carmichael wore it as Jane Robins in The Infinite Worlds of H. G. Wells. It was seen again most recently on an extra in a 2016 episode of Ripper Street.

This lovely jacket was first spotted in 1974 in the mini-series Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill, where Barbara Parkins wore it as Leonie Jerome. It was not seen again until 2001 when Katy Carmichael wore it as Jane Robins in The Infinite Worlds of H. G. Wells. It was seen again most recently on an extra in a 2016 episode of Ripper Street.

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Sighting Credit:
  • Katie S.
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
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  • Katie S.
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
Costume Designer:
  • Jane Robinson
  • Jill Silverside

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    • Yeah, and I don’t even watch the show. They just have nice promo photos, and whenever I scrolled past this one I was like “Wait…I think..” I do think it’s lighting. The scene does appear to be outdoors in much harsher lighting. I think the “HG Wells” image – if I had to guess – would be the best approximation of what the real color is. I think “Ripper Street” lighting is lighter than it really appears, and I think the “Jennie” lighting probably shows it a bit darker than it really appears.

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    • Yeah, and I don’t even watch the show. They just have nice promo photos, and whenever I scrolled past this one I was like “Wait…I think..” I do think it’s lighting. The scene does appear to be outdoors in much harsher lighting. I think the “HG Wells” image – if I had to guess – would be the best approximation of what the real color is. I think “Ripper Street” lighting is lighter than it really appears, and I think the “Jennie” lighting probably shows it a bit darker than it really appears.

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    • Yeah, and I don’t even watch the show. They just have nice promo photos, and whenever I scrolled past this one I was like “Wait…I think..” I do think it’s lighting. The scene does appear to be outdoors in much harsher lighting. I think the “HG Wells” image – if I had to guess – would be the best approximation of what the real color is. I think “Ripper Street” lighting is lighter than it really appears, and I think the “Jennie” lighting probably shows it a bit darker than it really appears.

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