private icon: narcissa malfoy

ten points for slytherin, at least in the closet.

by faran krentcil

Sorceresses have always been something of a style fascination - Alexander McQueen once based a whole collection on his ancestors, who endured England's witch trials, and M.A.C came out with a Disney Villainess range last year. (The best, obviously, was Cruella DeVil).

When the Harry Potter movies finally wrap up tomorrow, they'll leave behind an equally chic mean girl: the sourly conflicted Narcissa Malfoy, who eventually betrays the penultimate bad guy Lord Voldemort in order to save her son, Draco.

But before you see the sliver of good inside her, Narcissa plots, she steals, she lies, she kills - and she does it all in five-inch black stiletto booties.  With two-tone hair and blood red lips reminiscent of Daphne Guinness, silk capes, and more bug jewelry than Beetlejuice, you kind of hope her character does get banished to Azkaban, just so Hermione and Ginny can steal her clothing. 

Don't get us wrong, their little knit sweaters and hoodies are adorable, but when it comes to the battle in good vs. bad fashion, it's clear there's a different winner than the ones in JK Rowling's epic novels.

Allsaints dress (above), $240

NARS polish in Zulu, about $16

Snake bracelet, Guess, $38

Y-3 at Yoox, $240

Ash shoes, The Outnet, $117

Alexander McQueen Scarf, $445

Gucci python clutch, $1500

DuWop Lip Venom, Sephora, $16

Dior Poison perfume, $51