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Early in her career, Ute had the opportunity to work on many costumes both during and after her apprenticeship with the Manheimer National Theater in Germany.

She enjoyed creating period costumes and working on famous productions including The Three Musketeers by Jérôme Savory and Le Grand Magic Circus.

Once Upon a Time...

Here, Ute Hiltl (left) works on the queen’s dress for The Three Musketeers. Each layer of lace was carefully sewn by hand because the sheer mass of fabrics made machine sewing impossible. Construction of this piece took over six weeks.

National Theater

Mannheim, 1977

Queen's Dress Assembly by Ute Hiltl
Queen's Dress Assembly by Ute Hiltl
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Credits:

Hubert Hiltl

Queen's Dress from Three Musketeers
Queen's Dress from Three Musketeers
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Woman's Costume by Ute Hiltl
Woman's Costume by Ute Hiltl
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Costume Accessories by Ute Hiltl
Costume Accessories by Ute Hiltl
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Pattern Making by Ute Hiltl
Pattern Making by Ute Hiltl
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Pattern Making by Ute Hiltl
Pattern Making by Ute Hiltl
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Theatrical Costumes by Ute Hiltl
Theatrical Costumes by Ute Hiltl
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Hairpiece and accessories, Ute Hiltl
Hairpiece and accessories, Ute Hiltl
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Professional Pattern Making by Ute
Professional Pattern Making by Ute
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Alterations and Fringe by Ute Hiltl
Alterations and Fringe by Ute Hiltl
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Professional Costumes by Ute Hiltl
Professional Costumes by Ute Hiltl
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Pattern Making by Ute Hiltl
Pattern Making by Ute Hiltl
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Draped and Handsewn Dress, Ute Hiltl
Draped and Handsewn Dress, Ute Hiltl
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