These Star Wars: The Last Jedi (opens in new tab) photos offer a first look at some of the film's costume designs. Shot by photographer Annie Leibovitz, the four Vanity Fair (opens in new tab) covers are artfully composed and a great look at the visual direction for the next Star Wars movie. Here are Rey and Luke representing The Force, seemingly not long after their first meeting.
Now gaze upon the Dark Side. Kylo Ren's helmet has been doffed and his (slightly revised) scar (opens in new tab) is in full view. Captain Phasma looks like she's still upset about being dumped into a trash compactor in Star Wars: The Force Awakens (opens in new tab).
In this photo of The Resistance, Poe and Finn continue to be the cutest and Rose (a new character played by Kelly Marie Tran) (opens in new tab) can barely handle it. BB-8 isn't sure if he's supposed to be in the picture or not so he's just lurking in the corner.
This last photo shows The Legacy of Leia Organa. No witty commentary here, I just want a robe like that. That's the kind of robe you can go straight from a gala to the war room in.
For more Star Wars insight, breathe. Just… breathe. Then read our Star Wars: The Last Jedi (opens in new tab) news recap and consider 10 questions we have after watching the Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer (opens in new tab).