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  • Sharon Stone as Ginger McKenna wearing a gold and white striped sequined gown in the 1995 film "Casino."
    • Universal Pictures

    Casino

    1995

    Costume seen on Sharon Stone as Ginger McKenna

  • Fran Drescher as Fran Fine wearing a gold and white striped sequined gown in the episode "Val's Boyfriend" of the 1996 series "The Nanny."
    • Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)
    • Sony Pictures Television

    The Nanny: Val's Boyfriend

    1996

    Costume seen on Fran Drescher as Fran Drescher

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About the Costume

This gold and white sequined evening gown was first seen in 1995, worn by Sharon Stone as Ginger McKenna in Casino, then again in 1996 by Fran Drescher as Fran Fine on the television show The Nanny, in the episode entitled Val’s Boyfriend. It’s possible these gowns are the exact same, but it is more likely that they are just the same design pulled off the rack twice.

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About the Costume

This gold and white sequined evening gown was first seen in 1995, worn by Sharon Stone as Ginger McKenna in Casino, then again in 1996 by Fran Drescher as Fran Fine on the television show The Nanny, in the episode entitled Val’s Boyfriend. It’s possible these gowns are the exact same, but it is more likely that they are just the same design pulled off the rack twice.

This gold and white sequined evening gown was first seen in 1995, worn by Sharon Stone as Ginger McKenna in Casino, then again in 1996 by Fran Drescher as Fran Fine on the television show The Nanny, in the episode entitled Val’s Boyfriend. It’s possible these gowns are the exact same, but it is more likely that they are just the same design pulled off the rack twice.

Credits

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Costume Designer:
  • John Dunn
  • Rita Ryack

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