Four years after the theatrical release of Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo, Tokyo Otaku Mode is planning on creating an Evangelion-themed, full-graphic Kimono based on the film.
According to TOM, this will be the first furisode Evangelion-themed kimono ever created. They have yet to decide on the actual design, so they’re asking fans to check out their survey and pick one of six possible designs for the final version. And we’re talking about a high end kimono here—they plan on manufacturing only 100 units, and they’ll retail for around 200,000 yen (approx $1920). Check out additional pics below. [click to continue…]
Ashley Eckstein previewed a Star Trek blazer that Her Universe is bringing to ThinkGeek sometime in the near future. We love it. Hopefully the shirt will be available too.
When the blazer does go live we’ll be sure to let you know!
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Suits, much like space, shouldn’t be loud. There shouldn’t be any sound at all quite frankly. Then again, space battles without sound effects are boring, which is why we have these insane Star Wars suits from OppoSuits. Make sense?
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The first two releases in the collection are dubbed “Strong Force” and “Stormtrooper” and retail for $109.99 each. OppoSuits has promised that more designs will be released next year—they’re even soliciting ideas from the public if you have a bright idea that’s as blinding as Tatooine’s suns.
Take a closer look at the current designs below. [click to continue…]
Now that you have a wardrobe full of Marvel and DC business suits it’s time to add something for more casual occasions. Enter these Marvel button down shirts with stylish and subtle superhero designs based on Iron Man, Captain America and The Punisher. Check out more below. [click to continue…]
Oh my God.
Earlier this month we teased a line of Marvel and DC business suits. It was…unexpected. However, we can assure you that they are very real. The full lineup has been revealed—and some of them are totally nuts.
I mean, the full-on Batman, Iron Man, Joker, Riddler and Superman cosplay suits are probably not suitable for the boardroom. I’ll bet we see them at a wedding or two down the line though. And they have kids suits too! Check out the entire lineup below. [click to continue…]
Fandom fashion has been creeping into the formalwear space for some time, but now things have officially stepped up to the next level.
Fun.com has partnered with Marvel and DC to release a line of business suits featuring subtle comic book prints. There isn’t much in the way of details at this point, other than the pictures below and the promise that the suits will be up for pre-order later this month. [click to continue…]
If you’ve been to SDCC in the last few years, it’s possible you saw cosplayer Tony Kim running around either at the show or helping people get ready for the con. I’ve known Tony for years, and he’s a passionate and super helpful person and cosplayer.
He’s also has a great eye for style, so it didn’t surprise me in the least when he announced his new, officially licensed Hero Within clothing line, which he describes as a fashion brand that blends sophisticated style with pop culture. [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…
Actually, these Star Wars ties skip over classy and go straight for elegant.
The Imperial and Rebel logo designs are subtle, but they’re also handmade in Italy with 100% silk. Not surprisingly, they’re also pretty expensive a $54.99 each. But, BUT—you can also get an awesome BB-8 pin with a spinning base free with your purchase (all ThinkGeek Star Wars purchases over $30 qualify). Just use the code “BB8PIN” at checkout.
Check out more pics below.
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OppoSuits has redesigned the conventional men’s business suit with a retro nerd flare by covering it with the classic stage layout from Pac-Man. The suit also includes a matching tie and an unexpectedly affordable price of $109. Classy.
There doesn’t seem to be any information about materials, but chances are this is just a trifling detail to classic arcade fanatics.
Check out additional pics below.
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