Padme Amidala costumes: Episodes I, II, & III #starwars
In a galaxy, far, far away...
Costume illustration for "Queen Amidala" (Natalie Portman), 'StarWars Episode I: The Phantom Menace' 1999. Costume designer, Trisha Biggar.
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A Woman in a Khalkha Ethnic Costume | Mongolia. So beautiful! And now we know where Lucas got his inspiration for some of Queen Amidala's looks...
Concept artist Iain McCaig said “I designed a parasol-like collar that almost makes her look like an angel.” (Dressing a Galaxy/Rebel Haven) | Celebrate May 4th By Drooling Over Queen Amidala's Costumes
1920s costume. | More on the myLusciousLife blog: www.mylusciouslife.com
1920's~~In Black and White
The Tatooine peasant outfit is a practical, no-nonsense costume that allows Padmé to blend in. | Celebrate May 4th By Drooling Over Queen Amidala's Costumes
Costume designer Trisha Biggar said this costume had “a sort of Chinese Imperial feel.” (Dressing a Galaxy/Rebel Haven) | This Queen Amidala Fashion Lesson Will Make You Appreciate Episode I
The throne room outfit is the most famous costume from the prequels. It’s also the first time we meet Queen Amidala. | Satisfy Your Star Wars Addiction By Drooling Over Queen Amidala's Costumes
Deluxe Queen Amidala Girls Costume - Episode 1 Kids Costumes
padme amidala, I made this costume in 2009 and I would love to do a better version now...