In this uncertain and fashionless times, it behooves us all to check in on TV’s most fabulous psycho killer. We may not have well-styled red carpets or talk show appearances to discuss, but at least we’ve got Villanelle out here serving lewks, thanks to the efforts of season 3’s costume designer Sam Perry, who shakes things up by having her vascillate between the wearably real-world styles and the more editorial (or just plain cray) styles this character likes to wear.
It’s almost a nothing of a look, but the kicks and the pushed-up sleeves give it a little bit of a, well … kick.
This look, cute as it is, has not changed our mind on the evil of turtlenecks. Some day, you will all know we were right about this. Cute jacket and pants, though.
Paco Rabanne and Sacai
That skirt is the epitome of “editorial.” It looks good from exactly one angle. The top is cute, but it needed a better accompanying piece.
This was not what we had in mind.
First Look: Sacai Black MA-1 Bomber Jacket | Nike x Sacai Trainers
Second Look: Courrèges Turtleneck Sweatshirt | Sandqvist ‘Dante’ Backpack in Rust
Third Look: Paco Rabanne Geometric Metallic-jacquard Top | Sacai Drawstring Midi Skirt
[Photo Credit: Ludovic Robert/BBCAmerica/Sid Gentle, Des Willie/BBCAmerica/Sid Gentle, vestiairecollective.com, ssense.com, farfetch.com, cettire.com, matchesfashion.com]
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