MONEY HEIST JACKETS
At Money Heist Costumes, we offer premium cashmere and cotton jacquard Money Heist Jackets. They are hands woven in Paris by the finest craftsmen. The rich black and burgundy colors are reminiscent of the Money Heist Red hue theme. These jackets feel soft and luxurious, giving you a great feeling that you’ve earned your riches. Explore all the popular outfits at Money Heist Costumes and select the most appealing version to rock the given event. Whether it's a Dali Mask, a Red Jumpsuit, or even a Professor Money Heist costume, we have an impressive collection to discover your one true favorite!
When it comes to the most binge-watched TV shows, Money Heist tops the list. The series was penned by Álex Pina and stars a long list of talented actors, including Úrsula Corberó, Itziar Ituño, Pedro Alonso, Alba Flores, and Alvaro Morte. The hit crime soap opera has had fans hooked to their screens since its inception. Other than the indulging script, the Emmy award winner has been a great inspiration for daily wear outfits and Halloween costumes.
Each actor has their sense of style. So, imitate the cast, just by purchasing the fashionable clothes they wore, to show off your individuality. We have everything stocked whether it's Nairobi's red leather jacket, Denver's black leather jacket, Raquel's inspired jacket, and many other jackets that you will want to wear.
Frequently Ask Questions
Whose idea was it to commit heists?
It was Professor’s idea
How many people led the heists?
In the first season, a total of 8 people were recruited by the Professor.
Who has played the character Tokyo?
Who has played the role of Raquel Murillo?
Itziar Ituño portrayed the role of Raquel Murillo.
What’s the significance of the costume they wear on Money Heist?
The gang's costumes in Money Heist were designed for anonymity and intimidation. The jumpsuit is an intimidating uniform; it reinforces the team's thematic unity and suggests a structured hierarchy. The uniform also helps to distinguish between robbers and hostages.
What do the costumes portray?
The Professor used the idea of the costume to refer to the power and influence that the people had to democratize because he was not interested in a revolution or a coup d'état but in a fundamental change within the system, one that would achieve equality between Spaniards.