Dresses and Skirts


I’ve been showing off a lot of Catherine Elhoffer’s Star Wars designs recently, but now she’s taken a detour into the Marvel universe with this Magneto-inspired haute couture design.

The main part of the dress is a deep red striped double backed scuba with a split cape in purple georgette. The squared neckline and inset belt is a deep purple violet duchess satin backed with coutil.

I’m hoping someone commissioned this beauty for the X-Men: Apocalypse premiere party. I think it would look stunning on a red carpet.

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new star wars dresses

Just when I’ve moved past my “OMG WANT” stage over Catherine Elhoffer’s last Star Wars designs, she goes and unveils a bunch more and now I’m hyperventilating again.

This time around, she’s inspired by everything from Jedi to Sith to our favorite new droid. I hear there’s a photoshoot in the works, so hopefully we’ll get a look at those pictures once they drop.

Check out more designs below and may the Fashion Force be with you.

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cat news dress

“Colorpoint Gives Birth To Great Dane!”

See? This dress features all the cat news that you need to know. Of course, the Kitty Chronicle might be the cat equivalent of Weekly World News—but pay close attention anyway. These headlines might tip you off to the inevitable cat uprising.

Take a closer look below.

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star wars bedsheets dress

Jennifer Vetere’s husband Robert sacrificed his old Star Wars bedsheets so she could make them something awesome to wear to The Force Awakens premiere. He notes:

I would much rather see those sheets made into a beautiful dress for my stunning wife to wear than see them sitting in a box.

Agreed. Plus, he got a really sweet Boba Fett bowling shirt out of the deal. See it below.

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firefly collection top

Australian clothing company Living Dead Clothing has debuted a new collection that’s straight from the ‘Verse. Their new Firefly line definitely takes the theme further than we’ve ever see before on clothing.

Check out more of the collection below.

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Fashionably Geek reader Kristina tipped us off to fashion designer and “huge Star Wars nerd” Alston Stephanus.

I gotta say…wow.

His work has been showcased at conventions globally. He also cosplays and has an absolutely gorgeous line of high fashion accessories. Basically, he does it all.

Most recently, he was invited to participate in a contest to have a piece featured in Luc Besson’s upcoming sci-fi project Valerian and The City of A Thousand Planets.

Check out more of his work in the images below.

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star wars dresses top

I recently wrote about Catherine Elhoffer’s kickass Star Wars: The Force Awakens designs, and I’ve been keeping an eye on her feed because she mentioned she was going to do a photoshoot with the completed dresses.

My vigilance has paid off. I knew I was going to like the Phasma, but the Rey may just be my favorite one on a model.

Check out the pics after the break…


You may recognize designer Catherine Elhoffer’s work from We Love Fine or the Her Universe Fashion Show, but she’s been working on some outstanding new designs and commissions on her own for the Star Wars: The Force Awakens premiere.

I mean, just look at them!

The designs are inspired by characters like Rey, Kylo Ren, and Captain Phasma (my personal favorite), and I would love to see these made on a larger scale. In the meantime, you can contact her about a commission.

Check out more of her Star Wars creations below.

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torrid star wars

We recently featured the new Her Universe Star Wars fashion collection when it arrived at Hot Topic, and now Torrid is getting in on the fun with their own exclusive Star Wars designs from the Her Universe lineup in sizes that range from L-6X.

That Lightsaber skater dress tho!

Check out more designs after the break…

captain phasma dress

Designer Giles Deacon created a gorgeous Captain Phasma gown which will be auctioned off for charity (along with other amazing designs) as part the Force 4 Fashion event at Bloomingdales that runs December 2nd-18th.

However, before this gorgeous dress goes of to it’s new home, Christie herself modeled it and talked about why Phasma was such an interesting role to play.

Plus, the video features Christie in the gown with Phasma’s blaster doing kicks. How can you not love that?

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