Shop Villanelle’s fashion from the latest Hunter boots Killing Eve collection

Andrew M. Santos

Though fans might not have been happy with the finale episode of the thriller Killing Eve, it doesn’t mean the fashion wasn’t still on point. Throughout the entire four seasons, the clothes worn on the show, especially by the assassin Villanelle, played by Jodie Comer, have impressed and inspired fans. The last two episodes were no exception when she wore a pair of Hunter boots from a collection inspired by the show.

Hunter released its Killing Eve capsule boot collection on April 10, the day of the season finale. It features two pairs of boots, with Villanelle wearing a pair of the limited-edition Chasing boots. The $395 knee-high shoes are handcrafted from Stetson leather, making them water-resistant. The pull-on boots also feature waterproof natural rubber treads and vegan Sherpa shearling linings that wick away moisture and keep your feet warm in cold weather. Villanelle wore these boots in brown, but shoes are also available in black and green.

The collection also has a second set of mid-calf pull-on shoes called the Hunting boots, which are available in green and black for $295. These boots are also handcrafted from water-resistant Stetson leather but feature a recycled ballistic nylon leg fabric that can be rolled down. The shoes also have vegan Sherpa shearling linings, waterproof rubber treads, and a removable ankle strap and pouch perfect for storing small things. In honor of this collaboration between Hunter and Killing Eve, the boots come in a special gift box with Villanelle’s signature “Sorry baby xx,” written on the inside.

Head over to Hunter to check out this capsule boot collection in collaboration with the show Killing Eve.

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