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  • Holliday Granger as Lucrezia Borgia wearing a red gown in the 2012 series "The Borgias."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Borgias

    2012

    Costume seen on Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia Borgia

  • Cover of the 2014 edition of the novel "The Dark City" by Imogen Rossi.
    • Hot Key Books

    The Dark City

    2014

    Costume seen on the cover of a Imogen Rossi novel

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About the Costume

Costumes aren’t always reused just for film and television – sometimes costumes are pulled for photoshoots for book covers or advertisements. The book cover of a girl in a period gown has been a staple on bookstore shelves for several years now, usually with the novel’s heroine either faceless, showing only her dress, or running away from the viewer. One of the earliest examples of finding a recycled costume on the cover of a book was the 2001 The Other Boleyn Girl.

This costume, first created for Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia Borgia in the 2012 second season of The Borgias, was used again in a photo shoot on an uncredited actress for the cover of the 2014 Imogen Rossi novel entitled The Dark City.

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Have you ever watched a film and noticed a character walk by in a gown that you just know you’ve seen before? Recycled Movie Costumes is dedicated to documenting the life of a costume through its various appearances on film and television.

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About the Costume

Costumes aren’t always reused just for film and television – sometimes costumes are pulled for photoshoots for book covers or advertisements. The book cover of a girl in a period gown has been a staple on bookstore shelves for several years now, usually with the novel’s heroine either faceless, showing only her dress, or running away from the viewer. One of the earliest examples of finding a recycled costume on the cover of a book was the 2001 The Other Boleyn Girl.

This costume, first created for Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia Borgia in the 2012 second season of The Borgias, was used again in a photo shoot on an uncredited actress for the cover of the 2014 Imogen Rossi novel entitled The Dark City.

Costumes aren’t always reused just for film and television – sometimes costumes are pulled for photoshoots for book covers or advertisements. The book cover of a girl in a period gown has been a staple on bookstore shelves for several years now, usually with the novel’s heroine either faceless, showing only her dress, or running away from the viewer. One of the earliest examples of finding a recycled costume on the cover of a book was the 2001 The Other Boleyn Girl.

This costume, first created for Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia Borgia in the 2012 second season of The Borgias, was used again in a photo shoot on an uncredited actress for the cover of the 2014 Imogen Rossi novel entitled The Dark City.

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  • Gabriella Pescucci

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