A Bodhi Rook (Riz Ahmed) exhibition costume display from Gareth Edwards Star Wars prequel Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The former Imperial pilot wore his costume throughout the film, adding the vest to his attire when he helped the Rebels during the Battle of Scarif.
World Duty Free and The Walt Disney Company Ltd collaborated to promote the release of the film in late 2016 through a seven-week campaign which took place in Gatwick Airports South Terminal. Central to the exhibition was a selection of replica lead character costumes, painstakingly created by the same production team who worked on the movie using original production reference. The costume consists of transparent rubber goggles with a black elastic strap, distressed custom grey overalls, a brown survival vest and a pair of brown Chelsea boots. A circular plastic Imperial cog insignia decorates both sleeves of the overalls, with multiple faux-silver diagnostic cylinders and a resin comm pad on the left sleeve.
Featuring a zip fastening, the vest exhibits various pockets constructed from cotton, with an Imperial comm link finished in faux silver and several other matching components adhered to the garment. Minor intentional wear is present on the costume, including scratches on the goggles, applied discolouration and a small hole on the right sleeve. The costume is presented on a custom-made display with a plaque featuring the Rogue One title artwork and a description of the characters history.
Materials: Man-Made Woven Fibres, Ferrous Metals, Plastic, Resin, Card.As this item is oversized it will require a specialist shipping service with additional costs. Please contact us prior to purchasing to request a quote.