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    • Lux Film

    Attila

    1954

    Costume seen on Sophia Loren as Honoria

    • Vic Film

    The Pharaohs' Woman

    1960

    Costume seen on Linda Cristal as Akis

    • Pathé Consortium Cinéma

    Sodom and Gomorrah

    1962

    Costume seen on Anouk Aimée as The Queen

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About the Costume

The actress Sophia Loren was the first to don this amazing necklace as Honoria in the 1954 film Attila. 1960 would see the necklace used by Linda Cristal for the character Akis in The Pharaoh’s Woman. The next actress to wear the elaborate piece was Anouk Aimée playing The Queen in the 1962 movie, Sodom and Gomorrah.

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Additional Images

About the Costume

The actress Sophia Loren was the first to don this amazing necklace as Honoria in the 1954 film Attila. 1960 would see the necklace used by Linda Cristal for the character Akis in The Pharaoh’s Woman. The next actress to wear the elaborate piece was Anouk Aimée playing The Queen in the 1962 movie, Sodom and Gomorrah.

The actress Sophia Loren was the first to don this amazing necklace as Honoria in the 1954 film Attila. 1960 would see the necklace used by Linda Cristal for the character Akis in The Pharaoh’s Woman. The next actress to wear the elaborate piece was Anouk Aimée playing The Queen in the 1962 movie, Sodom and Gomorrah.

Credits

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Costume Designer:
  • Veniero Colasanti
  • Esther Scott

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