Well, this t-shirt mashup makes a whole lot of sense eh?
Nostalgia is IN right now. If you were a ’90s kid, a new capsule collection from Junk Food Clothing will definitely bring back some fond memories. From the press release:
The original vintage t-shirt company, Junk Food Clothing will host The ’90s Nickelodeon Takeover at its flagship store on Abbot Kinney beginning Tuesday, Aug. 30, with a themed capsule collection and special activations to celebrate some of the most-loved Nick characters and series from the decade. the collection, which retails from $28 – 48, includes fan favorite shows like Rugrats, All That, Clarissa Explains It All, Rocko’s Modern Life, Double Dare, Salute Your Shorts and Good Burger. The t-shirt line will be available both online at www.junkfoodclothing.com and at the Junk Food Clothing flagship.
The ’90s Nickelodeon experience will extend beyond the t-shirts to include two iconic symbols of the network. Both the interior and exterior of the Junk Food Clothing flagship store will get the “SLIME” treatment with Nickelodeon’s signature green goo dripping from the ceilings and splattered on the floors.
Check out some of the pieces from the collection below. [click to continue…]
Walt Disney World has changed a lot over the years—attractions come and go. With that in mind, Disney has released a new YesterEars collection of apparel that pays homage to their past. The clothing line will be available for a limited time online at the Disney Store from August 18th to the 25th.
The collection will feature fun nods to bygone characters (like Dreamfinder) and nearly forgotten attractions like the Magic Kingdom’s Extra TERRORestrial Alien Encounter. Check out some examples below. [click to continue…]
Disney and Torrid are coming together in a new Tinker Bell collection for those of us plus-sized ladies who love a little pixie sass.
The designs range from casual to dressy, and they tossed in a little bit of swing and rockabilly for you Dapper Day fans. It’s always nice to see new Disney stuff at Torrid. Check out more designs from the collection below. [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.
Artist Rask Opticon has a unique style and these Disney Princess-inspired tees are proof of that.
Snow White, Jasmine, Cinderella, Alice, Ariel, and Belle have all gone a bit wild child in all the best ways.
Check out more shirts from the series 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…]