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  • Kevine Kline as Frixos wearing a red and gold waistcoat in the 1994 film "Princess Caraboo."
    • Sony Pictures Video
    • TriStar Pictures

    Princess Caraboo

    1994

    Costume seen on Kevin Kline as Frixos

  • Jim Caviezel as Edmond Dantes wearing a red and gold waistcoat in the 2002 film "The Count of Monte Cristo."
    • Touchstone Pictures

    The Count of Monte Cristo

    2002

    Costume seen on Jim Caviezel as Edmond Dantès

  • Matthew Rhys as Lord Byron wearing a red and gold waistcoat in the 2006 film "Beau Brummell: This Charming Man."
    • BBC

    Beau Brummell: This Charming Man

    2006

    Costume seen on Matthew Rhys as Lord Byron

  • Tom Courtenay as Mr. Dorrit wearing a red and gold waistcoat in the 2008 mini-series "Little Dorrit."
    • BBC

    Little Dorrit

    2008

    Costume seen on Tom Courtenay as Mr. Dorrit

  • An extra wearing a red and gold waistcoat in the 2018 mini-series "Vanity Fair."
    • ITV

    Vanity Fair

    2018

    Costume seen on an extra

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About the Costume

This exquisitely detailed waistcoat was first seen in the 1994 movie Princess Caraboo, where Kevin Kline wore it as Frixos. The 2002 adaptation of The Count of Monte Cristo reused the piece on Jim Caviezel as Edmond Dantès. Matthew Rhys then wore it as Lord Byron in the 2006 Beau Brummell: This Charming Man. It reappeared two years later in the 2008 miniseries Little Dorrit, where Tom Courtenay wore it as Mr. Dorrit. Finally, it was spotted being worn by an extra in the 2018 production of Vanity Fair.

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About the Costume

This exquisitely detailed waistcoat was first seen in the 1994 movie Princess Caraboo, where Kevin Kline wore it as Frixos. The 2002 adaptation of The Count of Monte Cristo reused the piece on Jim Caviezel as Edmond Dantès. Matthew Rhys then wore it as Lord Byron in the 2006 Beau Brummell: This Charming Man. It reappeared two years later in the 2008 miniseries Little Dorrit, where Tom Courtenay wore it as Mr. Dorrit. Finally, it was spotted being worn by an extra in the 2018 production of Vanity Fair.

This exquisitely detailed waistcoat was first seen in the 1994 movie Princess Caraboo, where Kevin Kline wore it as Frixos. The 2002 adaptation of The Count of Monte Cristo reused the piece on Jim Caviezel as Edmond Dantès. Matthew Rhys then wore it as Lord Byron in the 2006 Beau Brummell: This Charming Man. It reappeared two years later in the 2008 miniseries Little Dorrit, where Tom Courtenay wore it as Mr. Dorrit. Finally, it was spotted being worn by an extra in the 2018 production of Vanity Fair.

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  • Julia Spicer
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  • Michelle
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Costume Designer:
  • Tom Rand

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