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    • Gaumont

     La Dame aux Camélias (Lady of the Camelias)

    1981

    Costume seen on Isabelle Huppert as Alphonsine Plessis

    • Cecchi Gori Group Tiger Cinematografica

    Storia di una capinera (Sparrow)

    1993

    Costume seen on Mia Fothergill as Giuditta

    • Fox Searchlight Pictures

    Cousin Bette

    1998

    Costume seen on Kelly Macdonald as Hortense Hulot

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About the Costume

Italian Costume designer Piero Tosi’s beautiful costumes are instantly recognizable due to the amount of detail that has gone into them. His film credits include Morte a Venezia (Death in Venice), Ludwig, and Il Gattopardo (The Leopard), and designing the costumes for several operas. He was nominated five times for an Academy Award for Best Costume Design and in 2013 was given an honorary Oscar for personal achievement in costume design. To learn more about Piero Tosi’s work over the years, check out this article.

This beautiful dressing gown was first designed for the 1981 film La Dame aux Camélias (Lady of the Camellias), where Isabelle Huppert wore it as Alphonsine Plessis. In 1993 it was worn by Mia Fothergill as Giuditta in the 1993 film Storia di una capinera (Sparrow). It was seen a third time in 1998 in Cousin Bette on Kelly Macdonald as Hortense Hulot.

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About the Costume

Italian Costume designer Piero Tosi’s beautiful costumes are instantly recognizable due to the amount of detail that has gone into them. His film credits include Morte a Venezia (Death in Venice), Ludwig, and Il Gattopardo (The Leopard), and designing the costumes for several operas. He was nominated five times for an Academy Award for Best Costume Design and in 2013 was given an honorary Oscar for personal achievement in costume design. To learn more about Piero Tosi’s work over the years, check out this article.

This beautiful dressing gown was first designed for the 1981 film La Dame aux Camélias (Lady of the Camellias), where Isabelle Huppert wore it as Alphonsine Plessis. In 1993 it was worn by Mia Fothergill as Giuditta in the 1993 film Storia di una capinera (Sparrow). It was seen a third time in 1998 in Cousin Bette on Kelly Macdonald as Hortense Hulot.

Italian Costume designer Piero Tosi’s beautiful costumes are instantly recognizable due to the amount of detail that has gone into them. His film credits include Morte a Venezia (Death in Venice), Ludwig, and Il Gattopardo (The Leopard), and designing the costumes for several operas. He was nominated five times for an Academy Award for Best Costume Design and in 2013 was given an honorary Oscar for personal achievement in costume design. To learn more about Piero Tosi’s work over the years, check out this article.

This beautiful dressing gown was first designed for the 1981 film La Dame aux Camélias (Lady of the Camellias), where Isabelle Huppert wore it as Alphonsine Plessis. In 1993 it was worn by Mia Fothergill as Giuditta in the 1993 film Storia di una capinera (Sparrow). It was seen a third time in 1998 in Cousin Bette on Kelly Macdonald as Hortense Hulot.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Emanuele
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Costume Designer:
  • Piero Tosi

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