Out of all of Marvel Studios' Disney+ series, WandaVision remains one of the most successful of the bunch. Sure, Tom Hiddleston's Loki may have drawn in more viewers, but Elizabeth Olsen's story of grief got the studio its first Emmy awards. One of those went to something viewers of the show will likely never forget: "Agatha All Along". The catchy tune was a hit from the moment it played and perfectly set the stage for Kathyrn Hahn's ultimate villain reveal.
It wasn't just her song that clicked with viewers. The actress' performance as the infamous witch was fantastic, and it was clear that Hahn had a blast with the role. Obviously, the catchy theme song didn't hurt either.
She brought a theatrical persona to the song, something which was made all the more obvious thanks to her flashy and flowing, purple and blue outfit—a drastic change from the civilian clothes she sported for most of the series. The look really fit her type of crazy and the theatrics she loved to pull off.
Now, thanks to a newly released art book for the series, fans have a glimpse at several alternate costume ideas—and they couldn't be more different.
Kathryn Hahn's Unused Costumes Revealed
Marvel's WandaVision: The Art of the Series is now hitting shelves, and the secrets held within have started making the rounds. Among them is newly revealed concept art showing different looks for Kathryn Hahn's Agatha Harkness
The first shows the character in a green drape lined with gold. Underneath is a tropical shirt and a blue beaded necklace.
Here, Agatha can be seen in a groovy hipster appearance, baggy pants, and rings adorning every finger.
The most modern take on Hahn's villain shows her with a studded leather jacket and ripped jeans.
The final image retails the leather jacket but flares it up a bit and gives her a new funky hairdo and a shaggy dress.
The Agatha Costumes That Could Have Been
This isn't the first time concept art for Agatha Harkness has been revealed. There was another that showcased Hahn in a minimalist purple-colored outfit, almost Victorian in style—very similar to Elizabeth's look in Bioshock: Infinite.
However, these newly revealed looks are vastly different from what fans got in the final product. It seems that when conceptualizing Agatha's look, anything was on the table. They leaned into incorporating combined style fashions from across the various decades in which Harkness has been active in the shadows.
Might fans see one of these alternate looks become a reality in Agatha: House of Harkness? Nothing is known about the show's plot, but it would be strange for there to be no exploration of her time before WandaVision, seeing as she was active for so long. Maybe the witch will show her face in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness on May 6 and offer up some hints of what audiences can expect for the future of her story.
WandaVision is now streaming on Disney+.