Netflix needs to feel the pinch as Emma Corrin wears a dress from other big screen productions

Is it any wonder Lady Chatterley spends so much time in the nude when she is otherwise reduced to wearing second-hand clothes?

Keen-eyed viewers of Netflix’s new adaptation of DH Lawrence’s sexually explicit story have spotted star Emma Corrin wearing a dress that has appeared in at least three other screen productions.

Corrin isn’t even the only former cast member of The Crown to have donned the dress, as Claire Foy and Gillian Anderson have both also worn it on separate TV shows.

In the steamy reimagining of the controversial 1928 novel Lady Chatterley’s Lover, 26-year-old Corrin, who played Princess Diana in the royal drama, is seen in dress after the titular aristocrat fled to Venice after becoming pregnant by gamekeeper Mellors.

Keen-eyed viewers of Netflix's new adaptation of DH Lawrence's sexually explicit story have spotted star Emma Corrin wearing a dress that has appeared in at least three other screen productions

Keen-eyed viewers of Netflix's new adaptation of DH Lawrence's sexually explicit story have spotted star Emma Corrin wearing a dress that has appeared in at least three other screen productions

Keen-eyed viewers of Netflix’s new adaptation of DH Lawrence’s sexually explicit story have spotted star Emma Corrin wearing a dress that has appeared in at least three other screen productions

Gillian Anderson, 54, who played Margaret Thatcher on The Crown, wore the same dress in a 2020 episode of Netflix contemporary comedy-drama Sex Education

Gillian Anderson, 54, who played Margaret Thatcher on The Crown, wore the same dress in a 2020 episode of Netflix contemporary comedy-drama Sex Education

Gillian Anderson, 54, who played Margaret Thatcher on The Crown, wore the same dress in a 2020 episode of Netflix contemporary comedy-drama Sex Education

Claire Foy, 38, who played the Queen in the first two series of The Crown, previously wore the same dress on an ITV program called World War One: The People’s Story which aired in 2014.

That same year, it was worn by actress Daisy Waterstone, now 28, who played Clare Leighton in a 2014 film version of the First World War memoir Testament Of Youth.

Then Ms Anderson, 54, who played Margaret Thatcher on The Crown, wore it on a 2020 episode of Netflix contemporary comedy-drama Sex Education, in which she plays sex therapist Jean Milburn.

The dress’ varied film career was discovered by users of the Recycled Movie Costumes website.

Daisy Waterstone, now 28, who played Clare Leighton in a 2014 film version of the First World War memoir Testament Of Youth

Daisy Waterstone, now 28, who played Clare Leighton in a 2014 film version of the First World War memoir Testament Of Youth

Daisy Waterstone, now 28, who played Clare Leighton in a 2014 film version of the First World War memoir Testament Of Youth

A spokesperson said some viewers might be surprised at the extent to which even big-budget films relied on existing costumes, explaining, “Not every production can make new costumes from scratch, it’s just too complicated.

“Nevertheless, it is very surprising that the dress has appeared in both historical plays and a contemporary program like Sexual Education.

“I think the pattern on it means it’s very distinctive. It’s a dress that costume designers will likely remember from one production to the next.”

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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