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    • Samuel Goldwyn Films
    • Starz!

    Onegin

    1999

    Costume seen on Liv Tyler as Tatyana

    • BBC
    • HBO

    Gentleman Jack: Do Ladies Do That?

    2019

    Costume seen on Lydia Leonard as Mariana Lawton

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About the Costume

This stunning orange gown was first seen on Liv Tyler as Tatianna in the 1990 Onegin. The piece was used again most recently in the 2019 series Gentleman Jack, in the episode Do Ladies Do That? when Lydia Leonard wore it as Mariana Lawton.

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About the Costume

This stunning orange gown was first seen on Liv Tyler as Tatianna in the 1990 Onegin. The piece was used again most recently in the 2019 series Gentleman Jack, in the episode Do Ladies Do That? when Lydia Leonard wore it as Mariana Lawton.

This stunning orange gown was first seen on Liv Tyler as Tatianna in the 1990 Onegin. The piece was used again most recently in the 2019 series Gentleman Jack, in the episode Do Ladies Do That? when Lydia Leonard wore it as Mariana Lawton.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Mor
Costume Designer:
  • John Bright
  • Chloé Obolensky

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