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  • Miranda Richardson as the Duchess of Kent wearing a green and purple striped gown in the 2009 film "The Young Victoria."
    • GK Films
    • Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions

    The Young Victoria

    2009

    Costume seen on Miranda Richardson as the Duchess of Kent

  • An extra wearing a green and purple striped gown in the 2015 film "Cinderella."
    • Walt Disney Pictures

    Cinderella

    2015

    Costume seen on an extra

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This gown was designed for Miranda Richardson as the Duchess of Kent in the 2009 film The Young Victoria. It was used again most recently in the 2015 film Cinderella, where it was worn on an extra.

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About the Costume

This gown was designed for Miranda Richardson as the Duchess of Kent in the 2009 film The Young Victoria. It was used again most recently in the 2015 film Cinderella, where it was worn on an extra.

This gown was designed for Miranda Richardson as the Duchess of Kent in the 2009 film The Young Victoria. It was used again most recently in the 2015 film Cinderella, where it was worn on an extra.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Jenksa
Photos provided by:
  • Jenksa
Costume Designer:
  • Sandy Powell

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  1. Can we talk about the fact that in Cinderella, the prince is trying the shoe on a black girl, when clearly he danced with a blonde, blue-eyed one?? How can anyone be that dumb?

    • I think the beauty of modern Cinderella movies is that ethnicity, skin color, nationality, etc don’t come into play. In the Rodgers and Hammerstein version, the prince is “Asian,” his mom is “Black,” and his dad is “White.” We never see Cinderella’s birth parents, but she is “Black,” her mother is “White,” and her step sisters are “Black” and “White.”

      Also, they’re probably playing up on how silly and ditzy he is.

      =)

      • That’s great, they are including people. But I just think that the prince is kind of… slow? He danced with the blond, blue-eyed Cinderella, but he tries the shoe on a black girl to see if it is her…

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Costume Commentary

  1. Can we talk about the fact that in Cinderella, the prince is trying the shoe on a black girl, when clearly he danced with a blonde, blue-eyed one?? How can anyone be that dumb?

    • I think the beauty of modern Cinderella movies is that ethnicity, skin color, nationality, etc don’t come into play. In the Rodgers and Hammerstein version, the prince is “Asian,” his mom is “Black,” and his dad is “White.” We never see Cinderella’s birth parents, but she is “Black,” her mother is “White,” and her step sisters are “Black” and “White.”

      Also, they’re probably playing up on how silly and ditzy he is.

      =)

      • That’s great, they are including people. But I just think that the prince is kind of… slow? He danced with the blond, blue-eyed Cinderella, but he tries the shoe on a black girl to see if it is her…

Comment

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  1. Can we talk about the fact that in Cinderella, the prince is trying the shoe on a black girl, when clearly he danced with a blonde, blue-eyed one?? How can anyone be that dumb?

    • I think the beauty of modern Cinderella movies is that ethnicity, skin color, nationality, etc don’t come into play. In the Rodgers and Hammerstein version, the prince is “Asian,” his mom is “Black,” and his dad is “White.” We never see Cinderella’s birth parents, but she is “Black,” her mother is “White,” and her step sisters are “Black” and “White.”

      Also, they’re probably playing up on how silly and ditzy he is.

      =)

      • That’s great, they are including people. But I just think that the prince is kind of… slow? He danced with the blond, blue-eyed Cinderella, but he tries the shoe on a black girl to see if it is her…

Comment