A Little Lamb.


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"It started with the pants. We had no money, as usual, on Pulp Fiction, and Uma’s very tall. All of the black trousers that I liked were a little bit short, so I made the executive decision. I said, ‘Well, let’s just cut them off,’ and make a proportional statement. And then I just put these gold Chanel slippers on her feet to accentuate the fact that she was the mob boss’s wife.

As for the white shirt, it was a version of a man’s shirt that we made a little bit sexier. The whole thing was my custom design: the larger collar and long cuffs feminized the look, as did the suppressed waist.”

- Costume Designer Betsy Heimann on Mia Wallace in Pulp Fiction Costume Design

(Source: ELLE)

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