Duchess Satine Kryze (The Clone Wars) The Lawless

ALL, Dignitaries, The Clone Wars

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Duchess Satine Kryze was the pacifistic leader of the New Mandalorians and the planet Mandalore during the Clone Wars. (Source Wookieepedia)


[box]1. Tunic:

a. Navy blue, mid-thigh length tunic with long sleeves in non-shiny fabric. The top has a stand-up collar that fastens at the neck above a wide diamond cut-out at the upper chest. The tunic has a tabard in the center front and center back that is attached along the top half and hangs free at the bottom. No visible zippers or buttons allowed.

b. The top of the collar, shoulders, and edges of the sleeves have thick silver piping; one row along the collar, three along the shoulders spaced approximately 1” / 2.5 cm apart, and three at the edge of the sleeves at the wrist with no space between them.
After battle damage: The left sleeve’s outermost piping is partially disconnected/torn from the others, and the sleeve has a large tear showing the fitted under tunic/shirt plus minor tears on the upper arm going through both layers.
The lower right side of the tunic has a large tear with the fabric hanging down just under the hips.

c. The tunic’s fabric should be rows of varied sizes of light green/turquoise polka-dots on a navy-blue background to match the pattern in the artwork/costume design in size, shape, and color. This may be embroidered, woven, or painted.[/box] [box]2. Undertunic:

Light gray layer under tunic/shirt and inner pants/leggings (full or mock). (Only seen on battle damaged version).[/box] [box]3. Belt:

Belt is a navy blue, firm, leather or leather like material. The belt should have a slightly dipped center front on both the top and bottom edge. The belt should have 9 roughly equally sized hexagon metal or leather/leather like pieces equally spaced with one slightly larger hexagon in the center front. All hexagons should have a circular solid ‘button’ in the center. All pieces should match the navy blue of the belt and tunic.[/box] [box]4. Trousers:

Pants should match the fabric of the tunic and should be fitted around the thighs, but looser around the knees/on top of the boots.

After battle damage: Right pants leg are ripped on the side of the thigh, showing the fitted grey leggings/pants underneath.[/box] [box]5. Boots:

a. Boots should be navy and match tunic/pants with approximately 2” / 5 cm chunky heels and be at least mid calf to knee height without laces or logos.

b. Boots should have a lighter blue design on them matching the pattern in artwork/costume design.[/box] [box]6. Hair:

Before battle damage: Hair is combed back into a small, tight, twisted bun.
After battle damage: Hair is styled with left side part and curls that touch the tops of the shoulders to match references.
Blond hair recommended. If a wig is used, it should be high quality and appear like real hair.[/box] [box]7. Battle damage version:

Entire outfit should be weathered to appear dirty and torn as seen in references with rips on right thigh, right hip of tunic, left bicep and left forearm and wrist.[/box]


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Standard written by Author: polskaatheart
Standard reviewed by the Costume Standards Committee: 22 March 2017

PLEASE NOTE: The costume standards are a guide, yet are not an all inclusive outline of required elements. The judges will be looking for quality of workmanship, accurate execution and use of materials in addition to these general standards check lists. If you have a question about fabrics, colours, and parts choices for your build please contact the Detachment Officer for your category about parts/materials you are considering before you start your build, or post a ‘Work in Progress’ (WIP) thread on the forum. (LCJ listing here)