"The Crown": Costumes from Netflix's Royal Drama Go On View

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"The Crown": Costumes from Netflix's Royal Drama Go On View Alex Bailey/Netflix, Inc.

Fans of The Crown can now view sumptuous costumes from the acclaimed period drama with "Costuming The Crown," at Delaware's Winterthur Museum, featuring 40 iconic costumes from the series, which dramatizes the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.

The brilliant elegance of Emmy-winning designers Michele Clapton and Jane Petrie is on view in everything from the dazzling gold of Queen Elizabeth's coronation robe to the simple sophistication of Princess Margaret's wedding dress, from jewel-encrusted tiaras to casual outfits worn in private gatherings. It's a royal treat—and something to tide us over until Netflix announces when The Crown Season Three will stream.

View highlights from "Costuming The Crown" on view through January, 5, 2020 at the Winterthur Museum in Deleware, below.

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Suit and hat worn by Claire Foy, as Princess Elizabeth. Designed by Michele Clapton. Costume provided by Left Bank Pictures. Hat by milliner Sean Barrett.Alex Bailey/Netflix, Inc.
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Claire Foy and Matt Smith, as Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. Designed by Jane Petrie. Costume provided by Left Bank Pictures. Alex Bailey/Netflix, Inc.
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Coat with blouse, skirt, and accessories worn by Vanessa Kirby, as Princess Margaret. Designed by Jane Petrie. Costume provided by Left Bank Pictures.Alex Bailey/Netflix, Inc.