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  • Collien Ulmen-Fernandes as Zuckerfee wearing a gold gown adorned with flowers in the 2015 film "Sechs auf einen Streich (Grimm's Finest Fairy Tales): Nussknacker and Mausekonig (Nutcracker and Mouse King)."
    • Bremedia Produktion

    Sechs auf einen Streich (Grimm's Finest Fairy Tales): Nussknacker and Mäusekönig (Nutcracker and Mouse King)

    2015

    Costume seen on Collien Ulmen-Fernandes as Zuckerfee

  • Alexandra Martini as Isabella wearing a gold gown adorned with flowers in the 2015 film "Sechs auf einen Streich (Grimm's Finest Fairy Tales): Die Salzprinzessin (The Salt Princess)."
    • Bremedia Produktion

    Sechs auf einen Streich (Grimm's Finest Fairy Tales): Die Salzprinzessin (The Salt Princess)

    2015

    Costume seen on Alexandra Martini as Isabella

  • Irene Della Casa as Baroness Francesca wearing a gold gown adorned with flowers in the 2022 series "Die Kaiserin (The Empress)."
    • Netflix

    Die Kaiserin (The Empress)

    2022

    Costume seen on Irene Della Casa as Baroness Francesca

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About the Costume

This golden gown, adorned with embroidered flowers on its bodice and skirt, was worn twice in the fairy tale series Sechs auf einen Streich (Grimm’s Finest Fairy Tales). Collien Ulmen-Fernandes first wore it as Zuckerfee in Nussknacker and Mäusekönig (Nutcracker and Mouse King) in 2015, followed by Alexandra Martini as Isabella in the episode Die Salzprinzessin (The Salt Princess), also in 2015. The gown was worn again in 2022 by Irene Della Casa as Baroness Francesca in Die Kaiserin (The Empress).

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About the Costume

This golden gown, adorned with embroidered flowers on its bodice and skirt, was worn twice in the fairy tale series Sechs auf einen Streich (Grimm’s Finest Fairy Tales). Collien Ulmen-Fernandes first wore it as Zuckerfee in Nussknacker and Mäusekönig (Nutcracker and Mouse King) in 2015, followed by Alexandra Martini as Isabella in the episode Die Salzprinzessin (The Salt Princess), also in 2015. The gown was worn again in 2022 by Irene Della Casa as Baroness Francesca in Die Kaiserin (The Empress).

This golden gown, adorned with embroidered flowers on its bodice and skirt, was worn twice in the fairy tale series Sechs auf einen Streich (Grimm’s Finest Fairy Tales). Collien Ulmen-Fernandes first wore it as Zuckerfee in Nussknacker and Mäusekönig (Nutcracker and Mouse King) in 2015, followed by Alexandra Martini as Isabella in the episode Die Salzprinzessin (The Salt Princess), also in 2015. The gown was worn again in 2022 by Irene Della Casa as Baroness Francesca in Die Kaiserin (The Empress).

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Costume Designer:
  • Anna Scholich

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