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  • Holliday Granger as Lucrezia Borgia wearing a purple gown in the 2013 series "The Borgias."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Borgias

    2013

    Costume seen on Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia Borgia

  • An extra wearing a purple gown in the 2015 series "Galavant."
    • ABC Signature

    Galavant

    2015

    Costume seen on an extra

  • Alba Galocha as Joanna of Castle wearing a purple gown in the 2019 series "The Spanish Princess."
    • Starz!

    The Spanish Princess

    2019

    Costume seen on Alba Galocha as Queen Joanna of Castile

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About the Costume

This is an interesting gown because it is a great example of how lighting can drastically change the look of a dress. The costume was created for Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia Borgia in a 2013 episode of The Borgias. The puffy sleeves were removed for use on an extra in the 2015 pilot episode of Galavant. Draping was added to the sleeves in 2019 to give it a different look when it was worn in The Spanish Princess by Alba Galocha as Queen Joanna of Castile. The color of the gown looks drastically different, and the details on the fabric are much more apparent than in past usages. 

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About the Costume

This is an interesting gown because it is a great example of how lighting can drastically change the look of a dress. The costume was created for Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia Borgia in a 2013 episode of The Borgias. The puffy sleeves were removed for use on an extra in the 2015 pilot episode of Galavant. Draping was added to the sleeves in 2019 to give it a different look when it was worn in The Spanish Princess by Alba Galocha as Queen Joanna of Castile. The color of the gown looks drastically different, and the details on the fabric are much more apparent than in past usages. 

This is an interesting gown because it is a great example of how lighting can drastically change the look of a dress. The costume was created for Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia Borgia in a 2013 episode of The Borgias. The puffy sleeves were removed for use on an extra in the 2015 pilot episode of Galavant. Draping was added to the sleeves in 2019 to give it a different look when it was worn in The Spanish Princess by Alba Galocha as Queen Joanna of Castile. The color of the gown looks drastically different, and the details on the fabric are much more apparent than in past usages. 

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Sighting Credit:
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  • Ricardo
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Costume Designer:
  • Gabriella Pescucci

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