If you haven't already binge-watched the first three seasons of the BBC's wickedly addictive Killing Eve ](https://graziadaily.co.uk/fashion/shopping/villanelle-killing-eve-season-three-wardrobe/)then what on earth have you been doing with yourself? If you have, then you'll agree that the wait for [season four has felt interminable. The show was renewed last January, although filming was delayed due to the pandemic. Today, season four – the final instalment – lands on BBC One and iPlayer.
Of course, it's not just the whip-smart dialogue and gripping plot developments that have made Killing Eve such a huge success_._ We are also completely obsessed with the show's incredible array of costumes.
Although episodes are released weekly, pictures of the new series have started to emerge, featuring Jodie Comer's Villanelle in her usual array of super-luxe fashion labels. So far, Villanelle can be seen in a white dress with flared sleeves, a Moncler jacket, some sort of tailoring ensemble (of course) and a tie-dye T-shirt asking 'What would Jesus do?'
While only episode one has aired so far, already some creative minds have set to work creating their own homages to the T-shirt, which means you could buy your own version of the top on Etsy right now for just £20. And it asks: 'What would Villanelle do?' We're not sure if we want to know the answer to that question or not...
Propelled by the power of that pink Molly Goddard dress, over the past three seasons Villanelle has influenced our wardrobes in ways we may not have even realised. We loved her in Chloé's velvet horse suit. We loved her in a candy-floss Rosie Assoulin shirt and vintage Christian Lacroix earrings. We even loved her in comic book print pyjamas. At least where clothes are involved, Villanelle can do no wrong.
Season four looks set to continue our love affair with Villanelle's style and so, in celebration of that fact, we've compiled the best looks from all three seasons, paired with a round-up of where you can find similar styles on the high street. You're welcome.