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  • Paul Giamatti as King John wearing a gold and red damask costume in the 2011 film "Ironclad."
    • Vladimir Kulich

    Ironclad

    2011

    Costume seen on Paul Giamatti as King John

  • Ross O'Hennessy as Commander Quattrone wearing a gold and red damask costume in the 2013 series "Da Vinci's Demons."
    • BBC Worldwide Productions

    Da Vinci's Demons

    2013

    Costume seen on Ross O'Hennessy as Commander Quattrone

  • Nicholas Audsley as Lord Strange wearing a gold and red damask costume in the 2017 mini-series "The White Princess."
    • Starz!

    The White Princess

    2017

    Costume seen on Nicholas Audsley as Lord Strange

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About the Costume

Paul Giamatti first wore this distinctive red and gold costume as King John in the 2011 film Ironclad and even appears on the film’s poster. The piece went on to be used in television – first in a 2013 episode of Da Vinci’s Demons, where Ross O’Hennessy wore it as Commander Quattrone, and later in the 2017 mini-series The White Princess, when it was worn by Nicholas Audsley as Lord Strange.

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About the Costume

Paul Giamatti first wore this distinctive red and gold costume as King John in the 2011 film Ironclad and even appears on the film’s poster. The piece went on to be used in television – first in a 2013 episode of Da Vinci’s Demons, where Ross O’Hennessy wore it as Commander Quattrone, and later in the 2017 mini-series The White Princess, when it was worn by Nicholas Audsley as Lord Strange.

Paul Giamatti first wore this distinctive red and gold costume as King John in the 2011 film Ironclad and even appears on the film’s poster. The piece went on to be used in television – first in a 2013 episode of Da Vinci’s Demons, where Ross O’Hennessy wore it as Commander Quattrone, and later in the 2017 mini-series The White Princess, when it was worn by Nicholas Audsley as Lord Strange.

Credits

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Costume Designer:
  • Beatrix Aruna Pasztor

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