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    • Twentieth Century Studios

    On the Riviera

    1951

    Costume seen on Corinne Calvet as Colette

    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Call Me Madam

    1953

    Costume seen on an extra

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About the Costume

This stunning striped gown, designed by Travilla, was first worn by Corinne Calvet as Colette in the 1951 film On the Riviera. Several of Travilla’s dresses from On the Riviera were reused in the 1953 film Call Me Madam. In this instance, it was seen on an extra in a crowd scene. Shoulder straps were added to give the gown a different look. Flowers were also added to the skirt. Nonetheless, the dress is distinctive enough to be identified as the same costume.

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About the Costume

This stunning striped gown, designed by Travilla, was first worn by Corinne Calvet as Colette in the 1951 film On the Riviera. Several of Travilla’s dresses from On the Riviera were reused in the 1953 film Call Me Madam. In this instance, it was seen on an extra in a crowd scene. Shoulder straps were added to give the gown a different look. Flowers were also added to the skirt. Nonetheless, the dress is distinctive enough to be identified as the same costume.

This stunning striped gown, designed by Travilla, was first worn by Corinne Calvet as Colette in the 1951 film On the Riviera. Several of Travilla’s dresses from On the Riviera were reused in the 1953 film Call Me Madam. In this instance, it was seen on an extra in a crowd scene. Shoulder straps were added to give the gown a different look. Flowers were also added to the skirt. Nonetheless, the dress is distinctive enough to be identified as the same costume.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • The Blonde At The Film
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Costume Designer:
  • Travilla

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