The White Princess costume designer Phoebe De Gaye is no newcomer to show business, but the wardrobe she designed for the Starz miniseries has captured the attention of Hollywood. To capture the look and feel of the period of upheaval in English history, De Gaye says she studied paintings of the period and found them well-suited for a high-definition world. “You really need a lot of texture with HD images,” she told Variety. “If you don’t have that, it all fades away on-screen,” she says. And no design was created without reason. For instance, De Gaye points out to the publication how Lizzie “starts off as a girl and gradually becomes more and more encrusted and stiff by the end of the series. The witch – Elizabeth – wore blue colors; she’s associated with water. The color palettes were quite defining.” VIP Fan Auctions is now offering a piece of the witch’s wardrobe – a custom-designed, blue and gold robe was worn on-screen by Essie Davis as Elizabeth Woodville in the series, which is now available to The White Princess fan who casts the winning bid. Click here for photos and more information, and join the bidding today! This auction is ending soon – so click here to check out all of The White Princess props and wardrobe items now available!