The 7 Best Dressed Villains in Movie History

Date Posted:5 July 2017 

Check out these 7 best dressed villains whose fashion sense is a must-steal.

You might think looking dandy and fashion-forward is the last thing villains think about when they have evils plans to prioritise more. Turns out there are villains, especially in movie history, that put a lot of emphasis into how they look. Who doesn’t want to look stylish while destroying cities and crushing the hero?
Check out these 7 best-dressed villains whose fashion sense is a must-steal:
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Jacobim Mugatu (Zoolander)

When it comes to high fashion villainy, no one can beat the evil fashion designer Jacobim Mugatu. Of course, he should be impeccably dressed at all times, especially when he’s planning to brainwash supermodels like Derek Zoolander. From his hairstyle, facial hair to his outrageous Mugatu outfit, you know you don’t want to mess with this egotist.
“SHUT UP! Enough already, Ballstein! Who cares about Derek Zoolander anyway? The man has only one look, for Christ's sake! Blue Steel? Ferrari? Le Tigre? They're the same face! Doesn't anybody notice this? I feel like I'm taking crazy pills!” – Mugatu
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Count Olaf (A Series of Unfortunate Events)

To the casual eye, Count Olaf may not care about how he looks or his personal hygiene. However, this theatre actor ends up being a best-dressed one through his many evil plots. Count Olaf can turn into different (and often stylish) characters, complete with facial disguises, various voices, and superb acting skills. The monstrosity that is Count Olaf is fashionable enough that others are easily fooled by his many faces with the exception of the Baudelaires.
“I’ll get my hands on your fortune if it’s the last thing I do. And when I have it, I’ll kill you and your siblings with my own two hands.” – Count Olaf

Regina George (Mean Girls)

“You can sit with us”, that’s just how the queen bee Regina George will treat you if you happen to follow her rigid fashion rules. This iconic antagonist is capable of doing everything in her power to get what she wants, and that includes manipulation, making the other girls feel inferior, and implementing her fashion rules on The Plastics. No tank tops two days in a row, wear pink on Wednesdays, and only wear your hair in a ponytail once a week. She’s fabulous, but evil.
“ That’s the ugliest effing skirt I’ve ever seen.” – Regina

Harley Quinn (Suicide Squad)

Suicide Squad’s Harley Quinn is a breath of fresh air when it comes to her looks. Her Rollergirl-Barbie style is a combination of a ripped “Daddy’s Lil Monster” T-shirt, a baseball jacket, and a super-short shorts. Her mismatched pink and blue pigtails add a great touch to her bubble gum allure. And while she looks drop dead gorgeous in the Suicide Squad film, her get up has become oversexualised for the opposite sex to drool over.
"You think I'm just a doll. A doll that's pink and light. A doll you can arrange any way you like. You're wrong. Very wrong. What you think of me is only a ghost of time. I am dangerous. And I will show you just how dark I can be." – Harley Quinn

The Red Queen (Alice in Wonderland)

Red and stylishly regal, the tyrannical Red Queen has an unmatched style that makes everyone in her kingdom fear her. Her appearance is heavily based on Queen Elizabeth the First of England. She’s also a combination of the Red Queen and the Queen of Hearts from the two Alice novels by Lewis Carroll. Her lavish velvet dress with tan corset and red dress skirt with gold and black hearts makes her a royal chic. But everyone in the kingdom might forego the idea of complementing her for that.
“Off with his head!” – The Red Queen

Loki (Thor Films)

Donning a sweeping coat and slicked back hair, Tom Hiddleston looks terrific as the God of Mischief Loki. Because of his suave looks, we fully understand why Loki is more popular than Thor in the hit Thor movie franchise.
“Born to be a king, I ask one thing in return: a front seat to watch Earth Burn.”- Loki

Mystique (X-Men Films)

This deadly, shape-shifting mutant, in her actual form, doesn’t really have anything on except for her blue skin. As if Mystique’s costume isn’t amazing enough, she uses her ability to mimic anyone, down to their clothing, which makes her not only dangerous but possibly fashionable.
“Be the change you want to see in the world.”- Mystique
Do you agree with our list? If not, let us know who’s your best-dressed villain in the comments section below.

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