Well, now's your chance - if you have a lot of cash lying around. Several bikinis were made for the "slave girl" look, as Fisher's weight loss during production required a number of alterations. And if you were thinking this is pretty pricey for what amounts to some metal and plastic tied together, know this: six stills boasting the film's original name, "Revenge of the Jedi", come with the lot. In short: bargain! The thing is, you'll have to start saving again as there's bound to be a similar situation with the new Star Wars film, The Force Awakens , though we'll have to wait until December 18 to find out what.
Profiles in History is auctioning the fabled "Slave Leia" costume worn by Carrie Fisher in the blockbuster through the online site Invaluable. As "Star Wars" devotees know all too well, the corpulent alien gangster Jabba the Hutt captured Leia when she infiltrated his headquarters on the desert planet Tatooine and he forced her to wear the bikini costume. The costume is made of "flexible, gold-painted red dense-urethane rubber," according to Profiles in History.