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  • Dougray Scott as Sultan Shahryar wearing a blue, red, and turquoise silk coat with gold detailing in the 2000 film "Arabian Nights."
    • Hallmark Entertainment

    Arabian Nights

    2000

    Costume seen on Dougray Scott as Sultan Shahryar

  • Elyes Gabel as Prince Djem wearing a blue, red and turquoise silk coat with gold detailing in the episode "The Moor" of the 2011 series "The Borgias."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Borgias: The Moor

    2011

    Costume seen on Elyes Gabel as Prince Djem

  • Alessandro Sperduti as Piero de' Medici wearing a blue, red, and turquoise silk coat with gold detailing in the episode "Temptation" of the 2016 series "Medici: Masters of Florence."
    • Lux Vide
    • Big Light Productions

    Medici: Masters of Florence: Temptation

    2016

    Costume seen on Alessandro Sperduti as Piero de' Medici

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About the Costume

This silk coat, likely designed by Maurizio Millenotti, was first used in Arabian Nights in 2000 on Dougray Scott as Sultan Shahryar. The sleeves were folded to make them seem shorter.

In 2011, it appeared in the episode of The Borgias entitled The Moor, where Elyes Gabel wore it as Prince Djem.

Finally, it was used in the first season of Medici: Masters of Florence in the episode Temptation, where Alessandro Sperduti wore it as Piero de’ Medici. The coat had been modified, with additional golden fabric on the sleeves. While the actual scene is quite dark, we can see the details very well in a promotional still.

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About the Costume

This silk coat, likely designed by Maurizio Millenotti, was first used in Arabian Nights in 2000 on Dougray Scott as Sultan Shahryar. The sleeves were folded to make them seem shorter.

In 2011, it appeared in the episode of The Borgias entitled The Moor, where Elyes Gabel wore it as Prince Djem.

Finally, it was used in the first season of Medici: Masters of Florence in the episode Temptation, where Alessandro Sperduti wore it as Piero de’ Medici. The coat had been modified, with additional golden fabric on the sleeves. While the actual scene is quite dark, we can see the details very well in a promotional still.

This silk coat, likely designed by Maurizio Millenotti, was first used in Arabian Nights in 2000 on Dougray Scott as Sultan Shahryar. The sleeves were folded to make them seem shorter.

In 2011, it appeared in the episode of The Borgias entitled The Moor, where Elyes Gabel wore it as Prince Djem.

Finally, it was used in the first season of Medici: Masters of Florence in the episode Temptation, where Alessandro Sperduti wore it as Piero de’ Medici. The coat had been modified, with additional golden fabric on the sleeves. While the actual scene is quite dark, we can see the details very well in a promotional still.

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Sighting Credit:
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Costume Designer:
  • Maurizio Millenotti

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