• How fashion, both decadent and drab, became the star of Killing Eve

    10 days ago - By The Guardian

    From Villanelle's ‘goofy couture' to Eve's green scarf, clothes are integral to this cat-and-mouse thriller You can tell a TV villain has made their mark on popular culture if they become a Halloween costume. This week, for every Trumpian wig or handmaid's bonnet seen at a Halloween party, there was a giant pink dress based on the one worn by the assassin Villanelle, Killing Eve's antihero. It has become impossible to talk about the BBC's eight-part hit - the final instalment of which airs on BBC One on Saturday - without talking about the clothes. Yes, the pink organza dress by Molly...
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