9 style lessons to learn from Killing Eve season two

Jodie Comer Vilanelle Killing Eve
In Killing Eve season two, Jodie Comer's character Villanelle steps up her style game with pieces from Chloe (pictured), Alexander McQueen, and Isabel Marant

Style lovers have to wait until episode three in season two before our erstwhile tutu-wearing anti-hero gets her fashion mojo back. But without Villanelle stealing all the attention, viewers can focus on the other characters, leading to some gratifying conclusions. 

Villains – and Villanelle – don’t always get the best costumes

With Villanelle confined to skanky T-shirts and crocs for several hours, the fashion honours are snatched by Carolyn Martens, Fiona Shaw’s MI6 boss character. With her repertoire of Maxmara and Margaret Howell-esque collarless coats, tunic shirts and slim trousers and her delectable Farrow & Ball home, she’s the only real grown up in the room.

Fiona Shaw's character Carolyn Martens, pictured alongside Sandra Oh who plays Eve, has a uniform of moss green, slate grey and white

In-between colours win 

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