New Star Wars: The Last Jedi images show First Order’s Hux and Phasma bringing fashion back to the Dark Side

Disney has revealed two fresh images showing off the fashionistas of the First Order in Star Wars: The Last Jedi (opens in new tab). Captain Phasma and General Hux are back and, let me tell you, black and chrome is in this season. Not sure about the cape, though.

The two new images (via Business Insider (opens in new tab)) show off the First Order higher-ups at their swaggering best. It not only shows they’re cut from the same cloth in terms of plotting and nefarious plans, but they both can rock a few daring threads too. Take a look (and try not to be jealous).

Firstly, I need that Hux coat. It provides warmth on Hoth *and* looks cool. What’s not to like?

Phasma, meanwhile, has whipped out her chrome dome from the trash compactor and is dazzling us all with that super-polished armour. That cape is a trip hazard, though, and probably violates at least 20 company attire policies. But try saying that to her face.

Continuing the ‘80s-ish trend, it sure looks like the Stormtrooper just behind Phasma is equipped with a trendy shoulder pad. It’s probably more practical than stylish but, hey, you can’t just deny a Stormtrooper donning shoulder pads.

If you’re eager for even more Star Wars 8 images (and, honestly, who isn’t?) then be sure to point your peepers at this mahoosive The Last Jedi info dump (opens in new tab), complete with more fresh pictures than you can shake Rey’s stick at. There’s even a Porg or two in there. I promise.

Image: Lucasfilm

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