Design

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The new Sherlock Holmes inspired collection from Gold Bubble is definitely inspiring. With 15 new pieces, ranging from leggings to dresses to a Baker Street poncho tank that I desperately need to own, it’s a great mix of functionality, fun and fandom.

I also appreciate just how much attention they put into the models themselves to bring that little extra something to the photos. Irene Adler in the Baker Street wallpaper print just…works.

Plus, you can get 15% off your order with code BAKERST.

Head after the break to see more samples from this awesome new collection.

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Comic by Gemma Correll.

(via Pleated Jeans)

Maleficent

We’ve already seen what Disney’s Descendants’ villainous offspring looks like, and now we get a peek at Kristin Chenoweth’s Maleficent. She’s sporting a striking look that is much different from what the villain wears in Sleeping Beauty and in the recent live action film. This Maleficent ensemble looks like it would fit right in at a renaissance faire. As I’ve mentioned before, I can’t wait for cosplayers to start sporting these crazy costumes.

(Digital Spy via TMS)

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People of all ages and genders like Disney, so it only makes sense that there would be clothing for men inspired by Ariel and her friends. British designer Bobby Abley has come up with an entire collection for dudes featuring characters from The Little Mermaid. The sweatshirts and t-shirts in the line feature the likes of Sebastian, Ursula, and yes, even Ariel’s seashells. Abley used iridescent fabrics to keep the under the sea vibe. The collection will be out in 2015.

See more Little Mermaid-inspired attire (and a skateboard) after the break.

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Comic by Gemma Correll.

(via Neatorama)

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If you like building and you want something more than your everyday kind of boring sunglasses, these Nanaoblock sunglasses may be your ticket to cool, fun, playable fashion.

These sunglasses are compatible with Nanoblocks and have pegs all over them for lots of building opportunities.

We found a pretty good variety of sunglasses on Amazon for approximately $45.

(via Technabob)

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If you haven’t heard, Disney is working on a live-action movie about the progeny of Disney villains. Descendants features the offspring of Cruella de Vil, Maleficent, The Evil Queen and Jafar, and they have to decide whether to be bad like their parents or to make their own choices and follow a different path. The movie will be out in 2015, but Disney’s released the first official image.

Going clockwise from the top left, the picture features Jay, Carlos, Evvie, and Mal. They are the children of Jafar, Cruella de Vil, the Evil Queen, and Maleficent respectively, and you can kind of tell that from their outfits. They aren’t dressed like everyday teenagers, and the bold looks make me excited about seeing the outfits of the heroes in the story and all the resulting cosplay.

Will the movie be corny? Maybe. They look like they’re setting up a merchandise line just to sell Monster High-type dolls. I’m going to give it a shot though just based on these costume designs.

(via io9)

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Your nails will look like miniature circuit boards with this nail art by The Nalasaurus. It’s a combination of a regular coat of polish and stamping. The stamping is what adds the circuit board design to complete the look.

See more pictures after the break.

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hodor t-shirt

Y’know, people say they watch Game Of Thrones for the dragons or the story or the spectacle or the nudity or the “insert your reason here”, but we all know why we watch the show.

Hodor.

Product Page ($25.52 via Game Freaks)

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Artists put Disney princesses through more than their fair share of wardrobe changes, but it’s always fun to see what they come up with. Ogo has a series of female Disney characters dressed like men from their films, and even if we’ve seen Rule 63 done with these characters before, it hasn’t looked like this. Ogo does an amazing job making the characters look strong and feminine and altogether awesome.

She put Ariel in Eric’s threads, Megara in Hercules’ clothing, Belle in Gaston’s attire, and much more. See the rest after the break…

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