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    Isabel

    2014

    Costume seen on Rodolfo Sancho as the King Fernando II de Aragón

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    La Corona Partida (The Broken Crown)

    2016

    Costume seen on Rodolfo Sancho as the King Fernando II de Aragón

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    The Hollow Crown: Richard III

    2016

    Costume seen on Benedict Cumberbatch as King Richard III

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About the Costume

This fur-lined cloak was first seen on Rodolfo Sancho as King Fernando II in both the 2014 television show Isabel, and again in the 2016 movie La Corona Partida (The Broken Crown). The piece was spotted again on Benedict Cumberbatch as King Richard III in 2016 in The Hollow Crown: Richard III.

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About the Costume

This fur-lined cloak was first seen on Rodolfo Sancho as King Fernando II in both the 2014 television show Isabel, and again in the 2016 movie La Corona Partida (The Broken Crown). The piece was spotted again on Benedict Cumberbatch as King Richard III in 2016 in The Hollow Crown: Richard III.

This fur-lined cloak was first seen on Rodolfo Sancho as King Fernando II in both the 2014 television show Isabel, and again in the 2016 movie La Corona Partida (The Broken Crown). The piece was spotted again on Benedict Cumberbatch as King Richard III in 2016 in The Hollow Crown: Richard III.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Mim
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Costume Designer:
  • Pepe Reyes

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