1860s-style costume, worn by Romy Schneider in the role of Empress Elisabeth of Austria in the film Ludwig (1972). Designed by Piero Tosi. Short jacket in brown velvet with small flowers embroidered in ivory and beige silk, lined in otter. Gown in brown with big satin bow. Collection of Pitti Palace Costume Gallery, via: (Top & Middle): Eventi Culturali Magazine; (Bottom): Europeana Fashion Tumblr (photo: Gabinetto fotografico SBAS, Mario Carrieri).
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196: Barbra Streisand On A Clear Day Beaton Gown - Jun 05, 2004 | Julien's Auctions in CA
On A Clear Day You Can See Forever Period Gown by Cecil Beaton, Paramount 1970 Crème crepe silk full length long slee... on Jun 05, 2004