The Most Memorable Fashion Moments From 'Killing Eve'

In another life, Villanelle would've made a killing as a fashion influencer.

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Killing Eve, currently in its third season, is one of the best shows on television—and one of most stylish shows of all time. Particularly because creator Phoebe Waller Bridge with her iconic dark wit doesn't force viewers to choose between two irresistible topics: espionage and high-fashion.

It's a series about a brazen, female assassin with a closet we'd kill for. It's a show about a murderess with a penchant for expertly-tailored pantsuits that will leave you breathless. It's a heart-stopping cat-and-mouse game between two beautifully dressed star-crossed "lovers." You can't go wrong.

Thanks to the show's three costume designers, Charlotte Mitchell, Phoebe De Gaye, and, most recently, Sam Perry, the show has featured a dizzying number of chic looks, from bold, patterned frocks to elegant outwear. And while Jodie Comer's Villanelle often takes the cake for her statement looks and chameleon tendencies, Sandra Oh's Eve Polastri and Fiona Shaw's Carolyn Martens both have a certain je ne sais quoi to their ensembles that act as the perfect foil to their stylish nemesis.

To pay homage to the show's A+ fashion game, we've rounded up the most memorable looks from Killing Eve.

Neha Prakash
Entertainment Director

As Marie Claire’s Entertainment Director, Neha oversees and executes strategy for all editorial talent bookings and culture coverage across the brand's print and digital entities, including covers, celebrity profiles and features, social takeovers, and video franchises as well as handles talent relations for MC's flagship summit, Power Trip. She's passionate about elevating diverse voices and stories, loves a hot-take, and generally hates reboots. She's worked in media for more than 10 years and her bylines about pop culture, film & tv, and fashion have appeared on Glamour, Vanity Fair, GQ, Allure, Teen Vogue, Brides, and Architectural Digest. She is a graduate of the Columbia School of Journalism.