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Known to millions of movie fans as "Princess Leia," the character Leia Organa Solo, played by Carrie Fisher, first appeared in the original Star Wars film, released in 1977. The film would later be re-titled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, as more films were added to the franchise. Leia wore a simple white dress for much of the first movie, along with her iconic "cinnamon buns" hairstyle. The dress features a turtleneck collar, bell sleeves, an attached hood and loose, draping fabric gathered at the waist with a silver belt. George Lucas seems to have purposely associated Leia with silver. Leia wore a more fitted white dress at the end of the film, with a necklace fashioned with a string of flat, silver squares. Leia's slave costume in the second film of the series, The Empire Strikes Back Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, released in 1980, is accented in contrasting brass. The slave costume came to be known as the "gold bikini," a costume that Time Magazine included in its Top 10 Bikinis in Pop Culture list. Crafted with brass rather than gold, the bikini was extremely uncomfortable to wear, according to Carrie Fisher, who quipped that the bikini was "what supermodels will eventually wear in the seventh ring of hell." A panel of deep rust-colored fabric extends from the front of the bikini bottom to the floor, with another panel draping from the back. A brass, snake-shaped armband adorns one upper arm, with a brass bracelet on the other. Leia's hair is worn in a long, single braid, gathered in a brass ornament. Leia's "Ewok Dress" appeared in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, released in 1983. Presumably the character whipped up the costume during her stay with the tree-inhabiting creatures. All the Ewok costumes are fashioned to look as if they were assembled from strips of leather and patches of fur. Leia's dress, crafted in a tan, suede-like fabric, features a skirt made from strips of fabric in various lengths, a loosely fitted bodice drawn with a leather tie, and mid-arm length sleeves over a white, full-length sleeved top. Leia's hair falls to her waist.
no because her skin gets rough and it does not look good when she wears a bikini when she is 92 years old
They do wear down, your bones are not rock or metal.
Not sure of the season but the episode is called "Home Movies" where Crissy films Jack and Janet.
In episode 6
No. All princess Leia wore during her slavery with Jabba was the metal bikini.Beautyqueen434
"Slave Leia" is not a distinct character in Star Wars, but refers to Princess Leia when she was taken captive by Jabba the Hutt in Return of the Jedi and forced to wear a very revealing outfit.
What Not to Wear - 2003 Leia was released on: USA: 9 April 2010
TO WEAR A BIKINI(FOR MEN)?
What Not to Wear - 2003 Leia 8-11 was released on: USA: 2 April 2010
To wear a bikini you can weigh either one pound or a billion! Every girl can be beautiful in a bikini!
No, it is not bad to wear a bikini. But, it is sunbathing without a sun-screen that is bad!
Yes, you can wear a bikini if your weight is at 160 pounds. A person of any weight can wear a bikini if they choose to do so. It is really a personal preference.
It depends on what you mean. You can wear a bikini on NJ beaches.