Darling Army has unveiled sketches for some of her upcoming Overwatch-themed kimonos and Pokemon Go-themed team skirts. As we’ve noted many times in the past, Darling Army produces awesome stuff, and we’re guessing these designs will be no different.
Pre-Order: Pokemon Go Team Skirts ($65) / Tracer Kimono Dress ($165) D.Va Kimono Dress ($160)
This Sailor Moon Galaxy Icon circle skirt would be a cute addition to your wardrobe for summer, eh? Featuring all of your favorite Sailor Scouts, this skirt is made in sizes XS to 3X, so it should fit everyone in your squad. [click to continue…]
As promised, the Her Universe fashion show took place last night at SDCC, and the star of the show was clearly the Ashoka Tano dress worn by Ashley Eckstein herself.
It was made with 10,000 Lego bricks by Nathan Sawaya based on a design by Andrew MacLaine. Her awesome hair is the work of Jen Blanchard.
Check out more pics and video from the show below, and make sure to head on over to Her Universe to grab their new SDCC fashions. [click to continue…]
If you’re going to be at SDCC this week, make sure to head on over to booths 2913-L in the Star Wars/Lucasfilm Pavilion and booth 1317 to check out some new Her Universe fangirl fashions including these awesome Star Wars Cantina Band-themed pieces.
Don’t worry, it appears that they will be up for sale in the Her Universe shop sometime in the near future.
And don’t forget that the 3rd annual Her Universe fashion show is happening tonight. We’ll undoubtedly have more details from the show as it becomes available.
Once again, Dutch fashion designer Iris Van Herpen has skillfully incorporated 3D printing into her newest fashion line. With Seijaku, which is part of her LUCID collection, Van Herpen has printed up dresses and accompanying shoes that evoke images of sea creatures like squid, starfish, and even coral.
I don’t know where you’d wear a dress like this, but I have no doubt you’d be the center of attention.
Gwendoline Christie is also a fan of her work, having taken part of her Quaquaversal show and having a dress 3D printed onto her during the presentation.
It’s interesting to see the progression in her designs as 3D printing innovations continue to expand. Check out more of these amazing designs below. [click to continue…]
Catherine Elhoffer has done it again.
This time, it’s a Hawkgirl inspired dress with removable caped wings. Wear the dress with wings or wear it without. Choices are the best.
Dresses with wings are also the best. [click to continue…]
It seems like eeeeeverybody is launching a collection of clothing inspired by Suicide Squad and, not surprisingly, Hot Topic went all in.
The collection can be pre-ordered now ahead of the July 22nd release. Keep in mind that plus sizes are only available online.
Check out more pieces from the collection below. [click to continue…]
Living Dead Clothing has revealed their American Horror Story collection based on the series. The collection includes tees, crop tops, leggings, skirts, maxi skirts, bodysuits, and skater dresses featuring well-known lines and images from the show.
Living Dead Clothing’s founder and CEO Wade Lange says it’s one of their most exciting releases yet.
“American Horror Story was such a ground-breaking hit with an international cult following, and so many fans have been vocal in expressing their anticipating for this collection since word of the partnership first got out,” he said.
“With the show’s much-loved characters (as well as the ones we all loved to hate) and unforgettably eerie settings brought to life across each of the pieces in this collection, fans are in for a real treat.”
There are so many things here I need. Check out more pieces from the collection below. [click to continue…]
Her Universe is adding more fun fashion to their Marvel line in honor of Captain America’s 75th anniversary. The retro collection puts a modern twist on Cap’s 1940s era style with new dresses, blouses, shorts, rompers, tees and more. Cap’s shield design has been subtly incorporated into floral prints, bandana prints and patriotic patterns.
“With the 75th anniversary we were really inspired by the 40’s era and the year that Captain America was created,” said Her Universe founder Ashley Eckstein. “We collaborated closely with the Kohl’s and Marvel teams to create the perfect summer collection that evokes the spirit of a girl from the 40’s with a mix of modern day trends.”
Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]