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All of cinema’s most memorable heroes and anti-heroes have their own costume iconography: John McClane has his vest in Die Hard, 007 his tux, The Bride in Kill Bill her bright yellow tracksuit. Often this costume functions as a visual characteristic of his or her personality. Sometimes the intention is ironic, such as the cosy cardigan worn by Tom Hardy as tough bootlegger Forrest Bondurant in Lawless. Other times there is a parallel, like Indiana Jones’ battered fedora that has seen just as many miles as its similarly well worn owner. -Clothes on Film

All of cinema’s most memorable heroes and anti-heroes have their own costume iconography: John McClane has his vest in Die Hard, 007 his tux, The Bride in Kill Bill her bright yellow tracksuit. Often this costume functions as a visual characteristic of his or her personality. Sometimes the intention is ironic, such as the cosy cardigan worn by Tom Hardy as tough bootlegger Forrest Bondurant in Lawless. Other times there is a parallel, like Indiana Jones’ battered fedora that has seen just as many miles as its similarly well worn owner. -Clothes on Film

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