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Uma Thurman's best outfits on set

From Kill Bill's iconic yellow jumpsuit to Gattaca's Prada suits

Uma Thurman's best outfits on set From Kill Bill's iconic yellow jumpsuit to Gattaca's Prada suits

Beautiful. Blonde. Atipycal. Smart. Effortless chic. Uma Karuna Thurman is an icon. Daughter of a model and an academic, an eminent personality in contemporary Buddhism, the actress has entered the history of cinema and in our hearts thanks to her successful partnership with Quentin Tarantino, the movie director who chose her as his own muse and gave her the two most important roles of her career: Mia Wallace in Pulp Fiction and The Bride (aka Beatrix Kiddo) in Kill Bill. Two characters so special that they became true examples of style, timeless icons of fashion and cinema, armed with a dark bob haircut, white shirt, black trousers for the first one, overalls and Onitsuka Tiger for the second. But Uma is not only the girl who dances the twist barefoot with John Travolta. She is a superhero, a poetess, a producer, a seductive femme fatale, a young woman who falls in love with her psychologist's son, and more.

Today Uma turns 51 and we celebrate her by remembering her best movie outfits.

 

Mia Wallace – Pulp Fiction (1994)

 

The Bride Beatrix Kiddo – Kill Bill (2003)

 

Irene - Gattaca (1997)

 

Sissy Hankshaw - Even cowgirls get the blues (1993)

 

Rafi Gardet - Prime (2005) 

 

Cécile de Volanges - Dangerous Liaisons (1988)

 

Edie Athens - Be Cool (2004)

 

Glory - Mad Dog and Glory (1993)

 

Poison Ivy - Batman & Robin (1997)

 

June Miller - Henry & June (1990)