Eye Style and Japanese cosplayer Nekomu Otogi are teaming up to bring you a line of cat eye contacts that come in a variety of colors.
They’re both cute and creepy—a tough look to pull off.
According to Eye Style, each pair will last about a month of on-and-off wear. Yes, wear these EVERY SINGLE DAY. It would be quite the social experiment. [click to continue…]
Disney and Coach have joined forces to create a limited-edition collection that adds a little Mickey Mouse flair to Coach’s signature bags—but it doesn’t stop there. The collection will also include shoes, tees, leather jackets, wallets, keychains and more.
Check out more pieces from the collection below. [click to continue…]
ThinkGeek is getting into the functioning Pip-Boy game in a big way with their Deluxe Bluetooth Edition. Let’s see what this baby can do shall we? [click to continue…]
Hair accessories are a fun, easy way to add flair to an everyday outfit or complete a cosplay. Plus, they keep your hair in order on an airship ride. These barrettes and hair clips by Etsy seller ArcanumByAerrowae come in all sorts of Steampunk-inspired styles. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
As SDCC nears, more exclusives are being revealed. On that note, Entertainment Earth just debuted these new chair capes as part of their countdown to San Diego Comic-Con. The exclusive Wonder Woman and Batman Beyond chair capes are individually numbered with the Wonder Woman cape limited to 3000 pieces and the Batman Beyond cape limited to 1200 pieces.
While the Batman Beyond cape is all-new, the pink and purple Wonder Woman cape is a variant of their regular Wonder Woman chair cape. You can check out the entire chair cape lineup here.
The SDCC exclusives will be available for purchase starting July 20th at the Entertainment Earth booth #2343. If you won’t be attending the show, there’s still a chance to get them by pre-ordering now. If supplies remain after the show, they’ll start shipping in August. [click to continue…]
Gear up for Suicide Squad with a variety of Harley Quinn-themed tees, bags, wallets, backpacks, and more from Bioworld.
Lots of good stuff here. Check out more below. [click to continue…]
Ever wonder what Jedi, the Empire, or Queen Amidala smells like? Well, now you can thanks to German company Lifestyle perfumes.
Jedi and Empire are listed as men’s fragrances. Jedi is said to evoke a “swaggering, fearless flair” and “sportiness” with a blend of pink pepper, water lily, musk and sandalwood. Empire mixes notes of lime, apple, amber, patchouli and tonka-bean for a “seductive fragrance”.
For the ladies, Amidala captures Padme’s “royal elegance” and “strong, indomitable will” in “elegant and sensual” vanilla, musk, and patchouli with notes of apple and tangerine.
Personally, I’d like to layer Amidala and Empire and see what that smells like.
The perfumes aren’t currently available in the States, but when has that ever stopped a Star Wars fan? [click to continue…]
As modern as Japan is, there are traditions that date back to feudal times that remain today. One of those traditions is using hairpins or kanzashi when wearing a kimono.
To drive that point home, these particular kanzashi are made by Wargo Nippon and feature three designs that are based on Samurai-era weaponry.
The brass katana and scabbard is adorned with silver chrysanthemums, the symbol of the Imperial family. The jitte kanzashi is based on the sword-busting weapons used by law enforcement. They’re brass coated in gold or rhodium, with a rayon tassels and a replica lantern used for patrol. Finally, the matchlock rifle kanzashi has a butterfly in honor of Nohime, the wife of samurai warlord Oda Nobunaga.
Form, function, and feudal Japan all in one. Not to mention beauty. [click to continue…]
High end Star Wars prop replicas are nothing new, but they’ve always been created by third-party companies through licensing deals.
Behold the Star Wars Collectibles: Ultimate Studio Edition by Propshop at Pinewood Studios—the same folks that created props for The Force Awakens.
The first eight items in the line are from Star Wars: The Force Awakens and include Darth Vader’s melted helmet, Rey’s staff, Poe Dameron’s helmet, Kylo Ren’s lightsaber hilt and more.
Each made-to-order, limited edition replica has a display pedestal and comes packed in branded wooden crates inspired by the Star Wars universe. Naturally, they are extremely expensive and some will only be available in limited quantities. Initially, the collectibles will only be available in the states. See more props after the break…
Yes, it tastes like cotton candy. OF COURSE it does.
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