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Madame Couture
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Main appearance(s)
Other appearance(s)
Lady Maud (older sister)[2]

Madame Couture is a recurring character in The Legend of Zelda series.[1]


Tri Force Heroes

Madame Couture is the titular proprietor of Madame Couture's, where Link may purchase Outfits or order them through her catalog in exchange for Materials. She has an obsession with cats and has a number of them in her shop. Madame Couture's clothes are famous around the world because of the special powers they contain.[3] She is assisted by a green-haired boy.

Madame Couture is also Lady Maud's younger sister.[2] Together they are part of a tribe who specialize in style and powerful magic.[4] However while Madame Couture uses her magic for good by creating Outfits infused with magic, Lady Maud grew power-hungry, and eventually cursed Princess Styla.[5] Following the incident, Madame Couture helped the Witch-Hunting Brigade in tracking her down, but feels guilty as Lady Maud is still her sister.[6] She hopes that a worthy hero will one day come not just to save the princess, but also Lady Maud from herself.[7] She also suspects that Lady Maud must have had some reason for cursing the princess.[8]

When Link arrives in Hytopia, he is spotted by Madame Couture's assistant, who believes him to be the chosen hero. Madame Couture herself, however, is highly skeptical that he could be the hero, as she has seen many would-be heroes come and go who all failed to catch the witch. But she reconsiders when Sir Combsly recruits him and sends him back to Madame Couture's shop for her to tailor a Hero Tunic for Link. When Link returns with the Lady's Glasses from the Woodlands, Madame Couture immediately recognizes it as one of Lady Maud's Materials.[9] She starts to regain some hope, as it, along with the Lady's Collar and the Lady's Parasol, can be used to make the Lady's Ensemble and lift the curse from Styla.[10] She implores Link to find the rest of the Materials on his travels in the Drablands.[11]

Other Appearances

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Madame Couture — Spirit Information

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Madame Couture
No. 263
Rank ★★ ADVANCED Cost ⬣
Physical Attack 🠅
Slightly increases the power of punches, kicks, and bites.

Madame Couture — Spirit Battle Information

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Madame Couture
SSBU Support Spirit Icon.png Support Spirit
No. 263
Team Power SSBU Grab Type Icon.png Grab | 3300 Rank ★★ ADVANCED Fighter(s)
Stage Skyloft Theme "Main Theme - The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes" SSBU Rosalina & Luma Stock Icon 5.png Rosalina & Luma
SSBU Toon Link Stock Icon 3.png Toon Link
SSBU Toon Link Stock Icon 2.png Toon Link
SSBU Toon Link Stock Icon 8.png Toon Link
Rule(s) — Hazard(s) —
 · Defeat the main fighter to win
 · Reinforcements will appear during the battle

Madame Couture appears as a Support Spirit in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.


Madame Couture's name likely stems from Haute couture, a French term for high-end fashion and the creation of quality custom-fitted clothing. Her Japanese name, Tailor, refers to her occupation, a person who makes or repairs clothing.

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland EnglishUK Madame Couture
Japan Japanese マダムテーラー (Madamu Tērā) Madame Tailor
French Republic FrenchEU Madame
Federal Republic of Germany German Madame Couture
Italian Republic Italian Boutique Constille
Kingdom of Spain SpanishEU Madame Sastria From "sastre" (tailor)



  1. ↑ 1.0 1.1 Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 305
  2. ↑ 2.0 2.1 "It's time I tell you the whole truth, my dahling. The Lady... is actually my older sister." — Madame Couture (Tri Force Heroes)
  3. ↑ "The owner and top designer of the "Madame Tailor" clothes shop. Because of rumors that special powers dwell within the clothes she makes, they're in high demand worldwide." — Nintendo, ゼルダの伝説 トライフォース3銃士 | ニンテンドー3DS | 任天堂, Zelda.co.jp, published September 16, 2015, retrieved September 24, 2015. (Translation: kaialone)
  4. ↑ "People of our tribe are gifted, my pet. Not just with a keen sense of style, but with real magical abilities!" — Madame Couture (Tri Force Heroes)
  5. ↑ "That's why the clothes I design grant the wearer special powers. The Lady must have gotten power-hungry." — Madame Couture (Tri Force Heroes)
  6. ↑ "Uncouth or not, she is still my sister. I feel a bit guilty about helping to hunt her down. But what can be done?" — Madame Couture (Tri Force Heroes)
  7. ↑ "Oui. That's why I was looking for a hero... to save the princess, but also to save The Lady from herself." — Madame Couture (Tri Force Heroes)
  8. ↑ "Still, in my heart of hearts, I can't help but believe The Lady had some reason for doing what she did to the princess..." — Madame Couture (Tri Force Heroes)
  9. ↑ "Hm?! My heavens! You have THAT material! One of The Lady's materials? " — Madame Couture (Tri Force Heroes)
  10. ↑ "Now that you have some of The Lady's materials, it's time I showed you this little piece of work. I call it... The Lady's Ensemble! If you wear this and visit the princess, you should be able to lift her curse! All without defeating The Lady." — Madame Couture (Tri Force Heroes)
  11. ↑ "The materials for The Lady's Ensemble are so rare, I had started to lose hope. But now I have regained le faith. Perhaps you can find them all. That's what heroes do, right? They help people, dahling!" — Madame Couture (Tri Force Heroes)