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  • Emma Thompson as Margaret Schlegel wearing a white blouse in the 1992 film "Howard's End."
    • Merchant Ivory Productions

    Howards End

    1992

    Costume seen on Emma Thompson as Margaret Schlegel

  • Catherine Zeta-Jones as Victoria Chapman wearing a white blouse in the 1994 mini-series "The Cinder Path."
    • BBC
    • Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)

    The Cinder Path

    1994

    Costume seen on Catherine Zeta-Jones as Victoria Chapman

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This beautiful blouse was first seen on Emma Thompson as Margaret Schlegel in the 1992 version of Howards End. The costume was used again two years later, in 1994, when Catherine Zeta-Jones wore it as Victoria Chapman in The Cinder Path.

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About the Costume

This beautiful blouse was first seen on Emma Thompson as Margaret Schlegel in the 1992 version of Howards End. The costume was used again two years later, in 1994, when Catherine Zeta-Jones wore it as Victoria Chapman in The Cinder Path.

This beautiful blouse was first seen on Emma Thompson as Margaret Schlegel in the 1992 version of Howards End. The costume was used again two years later, in 1994, when Catherine Zeta-Jones wore it as Victoria Chapman in The Cinder Path.

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  • John Bright

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  1. Wow, this one is a beauty. By the sheer amount of work and delicacy to the combination of openwork embroidery and crochet I would say this may likely – at the very least partly (the strip of open work?) be a vintage piece. If not, that is to say, if you know of anyone still attempting this kind of thing today, kindly point me in their direction…

  2. Wow, this one is a beauty. By the sheer amount of work and delicacy to the combination of openwork embroidery and crochet I would say this may likely be a vintage piece. If not, that is to say, if you know of anyone still attempting this kind of thing today, kindly point me in their direction…

  3. I think I had found this blouse in a third film/program. I can’t remember which one. I’ll have to polk around on the misc costume thread.

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Costume Commentary

  1. Wow, this one is a beauty. By the sheer amount of work and delicacy to the combination of openwork embroidery and crochet I would say this may likely – at the very least partly (the strip of open work?) be a vintage piece. If not, that is to say, if you know of anyone still attempting this kind of thing today, kindly point me in their direction…

  2. Wow, this one is a beauty. By the sheer amount of work and delicacy to the combination of openwork embroidery and crochet I would say this may likely be a vintage piece. If not, that is to say, if you know of anyone still attempting this kind of thing today, kindly point me in their direction…

  3. I think I had found this blouse in a third film/program. I can’t remember which one. I’ll have to polk around on the misc costume thread.

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  1. Wow, this one is a beauty. By the sheer amount of work and delicacy to the combination of openwork embroidery and crochet I would say this may likely – at the very least partly (the strip of open work?) be a vintage piece. If not, that is to say, if you know of anyone still attempting this kind of thing today, kindly point me in their direction…

  2. Wow, this one is a beauty. By the sheer amount of work and delicacy to the combination of openwork embroidery and crochet I would say this may likely be a vintage piece. If not, that is to say, if you know of anyone still attempting this kind of thing today, kindly point me in their direction…

  3. I think I had found this blouse in a third film/program. I can’t remember which one. I’ll have to polk around on the misc costume thread.

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