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  • An extra wearing a pale blue Edwardian dress adorned with lace in the 1997 film "Titanic."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Titanic

    1997

    Costume seen on extra

  • A model wearing a pale blue Edwardian dress adorned with lace in a 2000s promotional image for the Fox Costume Department.
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Fox Costume Department Promotional Image

    2000s

    Costume seen on Model

  • Alexandra Ella as a party guest wearing a pale blue Edwardian dress adorned with lace in the 2017 Southwest Airlines "Noblest Lady" commercial.
    • Southwest Airlines

    Southwest Airlines "Noblest Lady" Commercial

    2017

    Costume seen on Alexandra Ella as a party guest

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About the Costume

This blue vintage Edwardian gown was first seen in a deleted scene from the 1997 film Titanic. Fox Studios (Twentieth Century Studios) used the costume on their website to advertise their wardrobe department. The piece appeared a third time on Alexandra Ella as a party guest in a 2017 Southwest Airlines commercial entitledNoblest Lady.”

 

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About the Costume

This blue vintage Edwardian gown was first seen in a deleted scene from the 1997 film Titanic. Fox Studios (Twentieth Century Studios) used the costume on their website to advertise their wardrobe department. The piece appeared a third time on Alexandra Ella as a party guest in a 2017 Southwest Airlines commercial entitledNoblest Lady.”

 

This blue vintage Edwardian gown was first seen in a deleted scene from the 1997 film Titanic. Fox Studios (Twentieth Century Studios) used the costume on their website to advertise their wardrobe department. The piece appeared a third time on Alexandra Ella as a party guest in a 2017 Southwest Airlines commercial entitledNoblest Lady.”

 

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  • Deborah Lynn Scott

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