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  • Annette Bening as Marquise Isabelle de Merteuil wearing an 18th century purple and white striped gown in the 1989 film "Valmont."
    • Renn Productions
    • Timothy Burrill Productions

    Valmont

    1989

    Costume seen on Annette Bening as Marquise Isabelle de Merteuil

  • An unknown actress wearing a purple and white striped 18th century gown in the 2009 film "Louis XV, le Soleil Noir."
    • Les Films d'Ici
    • France 2 (FR2)

    Louis XV, le Soleil Noir

    2009

    Costume seen on an unknown actress

  • Onira Tares as Grace Dixon wearing an 18 century purple and white striped gown in the episode "Sanctuary" of the 2013 series "Sleepy Hollow."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Sleepy Hollow: Sanctuary

    2013

    Costume seen on Onira Tarés as Grace Dixon

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This purple and white striped 18th-century gown was first worn by Annette Bening as Marquise Isabelle de Merteuil in the 1989 film Valmont.  In 2009 it was seen on an unknown actress in Louis XV: le Soleil Noir. It was seen again in 2013 on Onira Tarés as Grace Dixon in the television show Sleepy Hollow, in the episode entitled Sanctuary.

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About the Costume

This purple and white striped 18th-century gown was first worn by Annette Bening as Marquise Isabelle de Merteuil in the 1989 film Valmont.  In 2009 it was seen on an unknown actress in Louis XV: le Soleil Noir. It was seen again in 2013 on Onira Tarés as Grace Dixon in the television show Sleepy Hollow, in the episode entitled Sanctuary.

This purple and white striped 18th-century gown was first worn by Annette Bening as Marquise Isabelle de Merteuil in the 1989 film Valmont.  In 2009 it was seen on an unknown actress in Louis XV: le Soleil Noir. It was seen again in 2013 on Onira Tarés as Grace Dixon in the television show Sleepy Hollow, in the episode entitled Sanctuary.

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  • Olivia
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  • Olivia
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  • Carine Sarfati

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