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A STUDY ON COSTUME DESIGN | Marie Antoinette (2006): costumes by Milena Canonero
#5. Dresses like cakes: worn during Marie Antoinette’s party years in Versailles.
Allusions to macaroons, pastries and sweets occur frequently throughout the film: food is used as an actual prop but also hinted at in dialogues, music and costumes.
In the scenes depicting Marie Antoinette’s parties and shopping sessions in Versailles, her costumes are dessert-like in their choice of color and even in cut. The range of colors is now more shocking with bright yellow, pink and blue combinations. The gowns are also bolder in shape, with deeper décolletages and daring garnish.
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