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…]
Cosplayer Casey Renee loves both Disney and the study of history, which is why she describes her Rococo Belle cosplay as “a dream project”. She writes:
Back in February I finished a dream project of mine. Rococo Belle is a historically accurate version of Belle from Beauty and the Beast. I narrowed the time period down to the 1750s in France and used popular silhouettes such as the boufant wig and the watteau train to construct this beast of a project. It took over 300 hours to make the 9 garments (including socks and shoes) complete with over 2000 beads and pearls. The entire garment weighs 22 pounds with 30 yards of fabric and a wig that Cogsworth (which I also constructed) sits upon.
She says the costume allows her to share her love for Disney and history with children who tend to follow her around.
I can see why! Check out more pics of the costume below. [click to continue…]
Well, about to battle anyway (I assume). This skirt is a powderkeg—a stiff summer breeze could set off the greatest battle the galaxy has ever seen.
Star Ships Skirt ($35)
Ben Templesmith is unleashing his demons in a new Demonogica Collection that includes dresses, tees, and leggings.
They’ll be available for pre-order until July 10th, so you better hurry if you want them before they return to dark below. [click to continue…]
We’ve had a preview of Elhoffer Design’s Hamilgown Collection, but now it’s ready for opening night. Plus, the photos by Lauren Elisabeth Photography capture both the fun and beauty of the collection and the cosplayers.
What started as Katie’s personal plan to make a dress for when she went to see Hamilton: An American Musical, became a collection—because she never does anything small.
This collection is also more elaborate than much of her previous geek fashion and uses fabric-covered and metal buttons, cuffed sleeves, pocket flaps above side-seam pockets, epaulettes, lace detailing, and more. They’re also light and easy to wear because none of these pieces actually have coats. It’s a very cool illusion due to topstitching and asymmetrical patterning.
I really hope Lin-Manuel Miranda sees this collection. I think he’d be thrilled to see what Hamilton has inspired. [click to continue…]
OH MY GOD LOOK AT THESE FRIGGIN’ GOWNS!
We’ve been fans of Firefly Path for quite some time, but damn…they’ve really outdone themselves with these Elegant Armor and Art Nouveau Tinkerbell designs. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]
One of the things I like most about Holly Frey is the sheer delight she takes in things like her fabrics—the geekier the better.
When she found a First Order Star Wars fabric print a few months before The Force Awakens, she grabbed it without having a plan for it. She just knew she wanted to make something.
Cut to the acquisition of a pattern she’d been coveting and, with a couple hours of sewing, she made herself a dress she’s in love with.
I can totally see why. You get to wear Star Wars and twirl to your heart’s content.
Head on over to Sew Nerdy to see more on how the dress was made.
Straps and frills and TIE fighters? I am into this. The Dita Von TIEs Dress is available in sizes 6-12 with free shipping.
But that’s not all.
There’s also a Power Of The Dark Side dress design in the collection that you can check out below. [click to continue…]
Inspired by a certain trickster, this Mischief Office Wear Collection from Catherine Elhoffer makes a bold statement.
Something like “you were made to be ruled”.
The Mischief sheath dress and hi-lo blazer are sold separately or as a set. Personally, I’m eyeballing that blazer and trying not to drool. Check out more pics after the break…