In Jurassic World, head of park operations Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) is responsible for creating the dangerous hybrid raptor, Indominus Rex. Smart and pulled together, Claire ends up running around the island with Owen Grady in an attempt to save everyone – and all while wearing heels.
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May 27, 2015 by Kristina
Vic Hoskins (Vincent D’Onofrio) is in charge of Jurassic World’s private security. Vic oversaw the clean up of escaped Pteranodons in 2001. Professional and well-known, Hoskins’ developments in security have gained him partnership with the UN Security Council, as his security methods could also be used in war time.August 14, 2013 by Jaime
Dr. Ian Malcolm didn’t skimp on style when he arrived at Jurassic Park. Dressed in all black, the sarcastic mathematician could have easily gone from dinosaur safari to night club in seconds. A black leather jacket is an attractive part of this costume but if you really want to impress the ladies make sure you can explain chaos theory.
June 10, 2015 by Kristina
Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) is a proficient raptor trainer and researcher at Jurassic World. He warns of impending doom, urging that the island be evacuated, when the scientists at Jurassic World create a hybrid raptor. This adventurer turned hero is passionate, dedicated and resourceful. If there’s a dinosaur to be found, he’s the man to go to.February 8, 2016 by Tom
In Jurassic World, Margarita Man is a courageous individual who goes above and beyond to save his overpriced margaritas in the face of a dinosaur attack. He’s played by none other than Jimmy Buffett of Margaritaville fame, who even sips a drink to avoid spillage during his escape.
July 27, 2013 by Jaime
World renown paleontologist, Dr. Alan Grant, is passionate about his career but fashion, not so much. Fitting the stereotype of what you’d expect to see at an archaeological dig, Dr. Grant’s attire is logical and relatively easy to pull off. Of course, this look also gives you an excuse to wear a denim shirt without your friends making fun of you.July 27, 2013 by Jaime
John Hammond had good intentions when he decided to resurrect dinosaurs but as we all know things didn’t go as planned. However, John did somehow manage to keep his clothes relatively white despite all of the chaos. If you’re bold enough to pull off an all white wardrobe, perhaps you’re also willing to test your craft skills and recreate John Hammond’s famous amber mosquito cane. Don’t worry, no one will expect you to clone a T-Rex.
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