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  • Valeria Golino as Giulietta Guicciardi wearing a white and yellow gown with a colorful bodice in the 1994 film "Immortal Beloved."
    • Columbia Pictures

    Immortal Beloved

    1994

    Costume seen on Valeria Golino as Giulietta Guicciardi

  • An uncredited actress as Pauline Bonaparte wearing a white and yellow gown with a colorful bodice in the 2002 mini-series "Napoleon."
    • A+E Networks

    Napoléon

    2002

    Costume seen on Constance Dollé as Pauline

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This lovely costume was first used in the 1994 production Immortal Beloved and was worn by the character Giulietta Guicciardi, portrayed by Valeria Golino. Constance Dollé later wore the dress as Pauline in the 2002 production of Napoléon.

A strikingly similar costume was also seen being worn by Monica Bellucci as Baronessa Emilia Speziali in the 2006 film N (Io e Napoleone). The gown is so similar that I suspect it was made for Immortal Beloved.

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About the Costume

This lovely costume was first used in the 1994 production Immortal Beloved and was worn by the character Giulietta Guicciardi, portrayed by Valeria Golino. Constance Dollé later wore the dress as Pauline in the 2002 production of Napoléon.

A strikingly similar costume was also seen being worn by Monica Bellucci as Baronessa Emilia Speziali in the 2006 film N (Io e Napoleone). The gown is so similar that I suspect it was made for Immortal Beloved.

This lovely costume was first used in the 1994 production Immortal Beloved and was worn by the character Giulietta Guicciardi, portrayed by Valeria Golino. Constance Dollé later wore the dress as Pauline in the 2002 production of Napoléon.

A strikingly similar costume was also seen being worn by Monica Bellucci as Baronessa Emilia Speziali in the 2006 film N (Io e Napoleone). The gown is so similar that I suspect it was made for Immortal Beloved.

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  • Maurizio Millenotti

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  1. The actress who plays Pauline Bonaparte is Constance Dollé.
    By the way, there are typos in the first caption. The actress’ name is Valeria and the character she plays is Giulietta Guicciardi.

  2. Great find, Anna! How interesting they would establish it as being made for one production when in reality it dated to something much earlier!

    I love the Terelli website SOOOO much.

  3. great find, i had seen the dress some time ago on the tirelli site, where it was advertised as directly made for io e napoleone. at least, i used to read it that way. now you’ve put it up, it reminds me: i believe the costume originates from “immortal beloved” (1994) it was worn there by valeria golino as giulitetta guicciardi.http://www.imdb.com/character/ch0019923/

    PS: here’s the link to the tirelli site, and they really establish the dress as being specially made for the monica belucci film.

    http://www.tirelli-costumi.com/atelier/11/51/sobi2details

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Costume Commentary

  1. The actress who plays Pauline Bonaparte is Constance Dollé.
    By the way, there are typos in the first caption. The actress’ name is Valeria and the character she plays is Giulietta Guicciardi.

  2. Great find, Anna! How interesting they would establish it as being made for one production when in reality it dated to something much earlier!

    I love the Terelli website SOOOO much.

  3. great find, i had seen the dress some time ago on the tirelli site, where it was advertised as directly made for io e napoleone. at least, i used to read it that way. now you’ve put it up, it reminds me: i believe the costume originates from “immortal beloved” (1994) it was worn there by valeria golino as giulitetta guicciardi.http://www.imdb.com/character/ch0019923/

    PS: here’s the link to the tirelli site, and they really establish the dress as being specially made for the monica belucci film.

    http://www.tirelli-costumi.com/atelier/11/51/sobi2details

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  1. The actress who plays Pauline Bonaparte is Constance Dollé.
    By the way, there are typos in the first caption. The actress’ name is Valeria and the character she plays is Giulietta Guicciardi.

  2. Great find, Anna! How interesting they would establish it as being made for one production when in reality it dated to something much earlier!

    I love the Terelli website SOOOO much.

  3. great find, i had seen the dress some time ago on the tirelli site, where it was advertised as directly made for io e napoleone. at least, i used to read it that way. now you’ve put it up, it reminds me: i believe the costume originates from “immortal beloved” (1994) it was worn there by valeria golino as giulitetta guicciardi.http://www.imdb.com/character/ch0019923/

    PS: here’s the link to the tirelli site, and they really establish the dress as being specially made for the monica belucci film.

    http://www.tirelli-costumi.com/atelier/11/51/sobi2details

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