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Carrie Fisher also donned the suit on the cover of an August 1983 issue of Rolling Stone, to publicize the magazine's interview with George Lucas entitled "Star Wars Goes on Vacation." The cover photo, shot by photographer Aaron Rapoport, includes Leia Organa sitting on a towel at a beach, laughing and holding hands with an Ewok; standing behind them are Darth Vader holding a boombox and a Gamorrean guard holding a beach ball.Many women who wear the costume say they enjoy the attention it affords them from male fans, who often ask to have their picture taken with them; the costume is also popular among fetishists who imagine the slave Leia physically assaulting them.The costume was worn in scenes at Jabba's Palace, aboard the Luxury sail barge Khetanna and during the skirmish at the Great Pit of Carkoon.Jabba Desilijic Tiure, the Hutt crime lord, forced Leia Organa to wear the costume after capturing her during her failed attempt to rescue the enslaved Han Solo.One prominent example was Melissa Joan Hart, the star of the shows Clarissa Explains It All and Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, who was photographed wearing the outfit during a costume party.Adrianne Curry, the first winner of the reality series America's Next Top Model, wore the costume to a 2010 Star Wars convention in Orlando, Florida.
Rodgers originally wanted the costume's fabrics to be twenty-five yards long and flow throughout Jabba's palace, but the costume department could not make the concept work.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.Princess Leia Organa's slave costume was created partially in response to complaints by Carrie Fisher about the lack of interesting costumes her character wore in A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back.Fisher felt one could not tell "she was a woman" Star Wars creator George Lucas gave the Return of the Jedi costume department only general instructions when it came to Princess Leia Organa's slave costume, but it was clear to them he wanted something special for the outfit; costume designer Aggie Guerard Rodgers recalled, "His eyes started sparkling when we talked about it."The costume was inspired by the works of Frank Frazetta, a fantasy artist who often concentrated on the female form.