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Costume designed by Adrian for an extra in Camille Given that Camille is in black and white, Adrian's wonderful colour palette would have been lost to his audience, chosen perhaps for contrast on film or perhaps just whimsy.

Costume designed by George James Hopkins for Theda Bara in "Madame Du Barry" (1917).

1917 Costume designed by George James Hopkins for Theda Bara in 'Madame Du Barry'.

Costume designed by Patrice Chauchetier for Catherine Sauval in the 1996 production of Gerard de Nerval’s Leo Burckart.  From the Centre National du Costume de Scene.

Costume designed by Patrice Chauchetier for Catherine Sauval in the 1996 production of Gerard de Nerval’s Leo Burckart. From the Centre National du Costume de Scene.

Just for the trim. Without the paniers and in medium blue instead... 700

Costume designed by Milena Canonero for Princesse de Lamballe (Mary Nighy) in Marie Antoinette From Tirelli Costumi

Dress (image 2) | American | 1890 | silk, linen | Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession #: 2009.300.874a, b

1890 This dress is in keeping with the interest in historical revivals popular in the century. The long puffed sleeves refer to both Elizabethan and early styles. The one-piece construction indicates it was probably intended for formal reception at home.

Hunting Coat. 1650, India. Embroidered silk and satin. This splendid coat was made for a man at the Mughal court in the first half of the 17th century. It is embroidered in fine chain stitch on a white satin ground, with images of flowers, trees, peacocks, lions and deer.

Embroidered silk and satin. This splendid coat was made for a man at the Mughal court in the first half of the century. It is embroidered in fine chain stitch on a.

Diseño de vestuario por Walter Plunkett para Lana Turner en Diane ...

Costume Sketch of Lana Turner as Diane de Poitiers in MGM film 'Diane' Walter Plunkett, designer. Lana Turner looked lovely, but bore no resemblance to a Renaissance lady. Roger Moore plays King Henri II of France.

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Costume designed by Chloe Obelensky for Claude Winter in the 1974 production of Jean Giraudoux’s Ondine From the Centre National du Costume de Scene

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