Harajuku isn’t just a place in Japan, it’s a fashion state of mind—and Nintendo wants Pokemon to be part of it. To that end, Harajuku-based Spinns is teaming up with Nintendo to create an official Pokemon line starting with tops and skirts.
Six new sweat tops in different colors feature Pikachu, Gengar, Snorlax, Mew, Ditto and Eevee and there are two new Poke Ball skirts in red, white, and black. Pair those with some accessories and a colorful pair of tights and you’re set.
The collection will be online and at Spinns locations starting September 30th. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
They say people get happier as get older. I want to be like this guy. See his entire reaction in the video below. [click to continue…]
Feel the magic. BE THE MAGIC.
Color-changing LED lights illuminate the horn (and your soul) from within. Look at this guy. He’s never felt more majestic—you can tell. It’s only a matter of time before he does this. Then his transformation will be truly complete.
I think this is the first Crimson Peak cosplay I’ve seen, but starting off with Lucille and Thomas Sharpe is never a bad thing (with a special appearance by Edith’s mother!). These photos from Tumblr user Octobass prove that good fashion never goes out of style. Check out more photos of these awesome costumes below. [click to continue…]
Wish Formula is selling a bat eye mask for grimefighters. Yes…yes they are. Here we see our hero armed with two hydration cannons, ready to moisturize dreaded dry skin and save the world from the scourge of wrinkles.
Wish Formula’s Bat Eye Mask is rich in vitamin C, adenosine, centella and fermented honey. This fantastic combination provides excellent anti-wrinkle and anti-ageing effects on the eye-zone as well as strong hydration and a soothing effect to brighten skin tone.
Bat Eye Mask (£2.20 or $2.86US)
(via Wish Formula)
A photographer stumbled on this scene in the woods. It’s even better than capturing a shot of Bigfoot. I wonder what this secret meeting is all about?
It would be understandable to look at a character like Bastion from Overwatch, with the oddly-proportioned physique and particular angles, and think “That’s probably never going to look right as cosplay, so I shouldn’t bother.” But not Mathoz. Not only did he make a Bastion cosplay, he actually did the character justice. There are a ton of wonderful details, including the grass and the lights in the chest. It can even break down to transform into a turret which Mathoz can hide behind to operate like a puppet.