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Henry Spencer from Eraserhead

In David Lynch’s debut Eraserhead, Henry Spencer (Jack Nance) is a working man who is left alone to care for his grossly deformed newborn baby in a desolate industrial wasteland. To faithfully repliacate Spencer’s hair, you’ll want to remove Elvis’s muttonchops from the wig.

Frank Booth from Blue Velvet

Frank Booth (Dennis Hopper) is the antagonist of David Lynch’s Blue Velvet. Widely considered to be among the most fearsome and repulsive movie villains ever, Frank is a symbol of total moral depravity, being a rapist murderer drug addict crimelord with a crippling personality disorder. Known for his obsession with huffing gas through an oxygen mask and drinking Pabst Blue Ribbon, these accessories are the perfect touch.

Laura Palmer from Twin Peaks

Laura Palmer

Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) was the daughter of Leland & Sarah Palmer found deceased in Twin Peaks, Washington in the 1990 David Lynch series Twin Peaks. It’s FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper who’s called into the sleepy town to investigate the potential murder.

The Giant From Twin Peaks

The Giant (Carel Struycken), also known as The Fireman, is a spirit associated with the Black and White Lodge. He aids Special Agent Dale Cooper in solving Laura Palmer’s murder by providing clues to him in dreams.

Alice Wakefield from Lost Highway

Alice Wakefield from Lost Highway

In Lost Highway, Alice Wakefield (Patricia Arquette) is the seductress who crosses Fred’s path while he is in the life of Pete, convincing him to murder. He soon finds out how power-hungry she is, and knowing he could never have her because she was simply an illusion. She is the other half to Renee Madison.

Alice’s wardrobe is beyond beautiful, elegant and full of bright colors while remaining to look seductive. Her most prominent fashion pieces are her white satin mini-dress, light brown platforms, gold clutch and watch set she appears in when she asks Pete to meet up with her after encountering her earlier in a black mini-dress similar to the one she is last seen wearing, along with matching bra and panties, and topped with a cheetah fur coat.

Aside from the clothes, she can be spotted with a curly/banged platinum blonde bob, while sporting some bright primary colored lips along with metallic colored eyeshadow/nail polish.

Renee Madison from Lost Highway

Renee Madison from Lost Highway

Renee Madison (Patricia Arquette) is the wife of Fred Madison in the 1997 David Lynch film Lost Highway. Movie buffs will remember her character as the sexually unsatisfied wife who becomes tragically murdered by her husband after he assumes she has been cheating on him with another man.

Renee’s style is very elegant, symbolized in dark colors, in contrast to her alter ego Alice Wakefield who is often found in lighter colors. The outfit Renee is first seen in is her red satin dress covered by a black silk robe. Other than her outfit, she can be seen with dark brown/reddish long hair with front bangs, and some red lipstick and black nails to match.

Dougie Jones From Twin Peaks

Dougie Jones (Kyle MacLachlan) was a decoy of Special Agent Dale Cooper made by Evil Cooper to prevent Evil Cooper from going back to the Black Lodge. When Good Cooper attempts to return, he gets stuck in Dougie’s body and becomes catatonic.
Remember that Dougie’s clothes are too big on slim Cooper, so order up in sizes.

Killer BOB

Killer BOB is the main villain of Twin Peaks, its film Fire Walk With Me, and the 2017 revival series Twin Peaks: The Return. He is a demon from the Black Lodge who possesses humans and forces them to commit horrible acts so he can feed on their suffering. He is the true killer of Laura Palmer and later possesses Cooper’s evil doppleganger.

Woodsman from Twin Peaks

Woodsman from Twin Peaks

In Twin Peaks: The Return, the woodsman is a mysterious being associated with the Black Lodge that takes the form of a disheveled man with an Abe Lincoln beard. He’s a man of few words, often standing motionless except for the occasional “gotta light?”

Audrey Horne

Audrey Horne is a major character from the ABC television series Twin Peaks, played by Sherilyn Fenn. She is one of the teenagers living in Twin Peaks during Laura Palmer’s death and quickly becomes very interested in Special Agent Dale Cooper
Due to her many costume changes as the series progresses, this guide will focus on arguably her most iconic outfit.