877. Harrison Ford "Rick Deckard" "Voight Kampff" costume from Blade Runner. (Warner Bros., 1982) This is potentially the most memorable costume worn by Harrison Ford in the film as his character "Rick Deckard" administers the Voight-Kampff test on Dr. Tyrell's assistant "Rachael", played by Sean Young, to determine if she is a Replicant, the result of which has a tremendous impact on the continuance of the story. The costume consists of an orange linen jacket, a black shirt with small, multicolored stripes, a checkered custom tie and grey pants with thin black stripes. The pants have an internal Ital Costume, Hollywood label typewritten "Ford Harrison".
The costumes in Blade Runner, along with every other visual aspect of the film, stand out as extremely unique and memorable masterpieces. Their designers, Charles Knode and Michael Kaplan were rightfully awarded the prestigious BAFTA (British Academy of Film & Television Arts) Award - the British "Oscars" - for "Best Costume Design" in 1983. $30,000 - $50,000