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  • Holliday Granger as Lucrezia Borgia wearing a green Italian-style gown in the 2011 series "The Borgias."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Borgias

    2011

    Costume seen on Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia Borgia

  • Holliday Granger as Lucrezia Borgia wearing a green Italian-style gown in the 2012 series "The Borgias."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Borgias

    2012

    Costume seen on Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia Borgia

  • Laura Haddock as Lucrezia Donati wearing a green Italian-style gown in the episode "The Ends of the Earth" of the 2014 series "Da Vinci Demons."
    • BBC Worldwide Productions
    • Starz!

    Da Vinci's Demons: The Ends of the Earth

    2014

    Costume seen on Laura Haddock as Lucrezia Donati

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About the Costume

The beautiful Italian Renaissance costumes from Showtime’s series The Borgias were designed by Gabriella Pescucci. She took home an Emmy for Best Costume Design in 2011 and 2013 for the show’s first and third seasons.

This lovely green gown was worn in the first season by Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia Borgia. As was typical with Italian style gowns, they were made to be worn with different variations of sleeves.  The dress was used again in the second season utilizing new sleeves to give it another look. The costume was later used in the Starz! original series Da Vinci’s Demons in 2014 in the show’s second season episode entitled The Ends of the Earth, where it was worn on Laura Haddock as Lucrezia Donati.

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About the Costume

The beautiful Italian Renaissance costumes from Showtime’s series The Borgias were designed by Gabriella Pescucci. She took home an Emmy for Best Costume Design in 2011 and 2013 for the show’s first and third seasons.

This lovely green gown was worn in the first season by Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia Borgia. As was typical with Italian style gowns, they were made to be worn with different variations of sleeves.  The dress was used again in the second season utilizing new sleeves to give it another look. The costume was later used in the Starz! original series Da Vinci’s Demons in 2014 in the show’s second season episode entitled The Ends of the Earth, where it was worn on Laura Haddock as Lucrezia Donati.

The beautiful Italian Renaissance costumes from Showtime’s series The Borgias were designed by Gabriella Pescucci. She took home an Emmy for Best Costume Design in 2011 and 2013 for the show’s first and third seasons.

This lovely green gown was worn in the first season by Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia Borgia. As was typical with Italian style gowns, they were made to be worn with different variations of sleeves.  The dress was used again in the second season utilizing new sleeves to give it another look. The costume was later used in the Starz! original series Da Vinci’s Demons in 2014 in the show’s second season episode entitled The Ends of the Earth, where it was worn on Laura Haddock as Lucrezia Donati.

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Costume Designer:
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Costume Commentary

  1. In ‘The Borgias’, same costumes from season 1, and used again in next seasons with different sleeves, were also seen in both Lotte Verbeek as Giulia Farnese and Joanne Whalley as Vanozza Cataneo. Look!

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Costume Commentary

  1. In ‘The Borgias’, same costumes from season 1, and used again in next seasons with different sleeves, were also seen in both Lotte Verbeek as Giulia Farnese and Joanne Whalley as Vanozza Cataneo. Look!

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  1. In ‘The Borgias’, same costumes from season 1, and used again in next seasons with different sleeves, were also seen in both Lotte Verbeek as Giulia Farnese and Joanne Whalley as Vanozza Cataneo. Look!

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