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The site was created and is maintained by Jamin Fite, who said he was inspired after he saw a photo of a female fan dressed in the costume; prior to that, Fite said, "I didn't even know girls were into Star Wars." The site includes images, video clips, information about where to buy a costume, instructions on how to build one, and pictures of more than 280 female fans dressed in the costume.The site has been featured on such television channels as G4 and Spike and such magazines as Wired.The Slave Leia costume refers to the bikini-style outfit worn by Princess Leia Organa when she was captured by Jabba the Hutt in Return of the Jedi.The costume was worn by actress Carrie Fisher and stuntwoman Tracy Eddon and was created by costume designers Aggie Guerard Rodgers and Nilo Rodis-Jamero, inspired by the works of fantasy artist Frank Frazetta's Egyptian Queen.
During her first scenes in the slave costume, Fisher said she thought, "Oh my God, there is me with the good body," Despite her daughter's indifference, Fisher later said in a Star Wars Insider interview, "but it's not a bad body to get, and of course I didn't know that at the time (of filming).
Sano was given no specific art direction, and his original sketches were largely accepted by Lucasfilm with few changes.
The only specific request officials made to Sano was to replace an existing image of Leia Organa with one of the princess wearing her slave costume.
Peterson recalled, "If he had just kept his mouth shut and not been so enthusiastic, they would have let him go through with it."The metal framework that held the top together did not move well with the costume, and it proved difficult to keep the costume in place during filming; several scenes had to be re-shot due to "wardrobe malfunctions." Fisher did not believe in the industry standard solution of using double-sided tape, so it became necessary for a wardrobe person to check whether her breasts were still secure and snug within the costume top after each take.
Prior to the theatrical release of Return of the Jedi, artist Kazuhiko Sano was hired to create the "Style B" poster, the first Jedi poster to feature a collage of characters.