Poland-based fashion store Reserved has a Star Wars collection that features tops, bags, wallets, ties and more. Some of the designs are simple and straightforward—but the patterns on these shirts captured our attention. You’ll have to get up close before you realize that your dealing with a stylish Star Wars fan. [click to continue…]
Living Dead Clothing has released an alien abduction-themed line that includes this quirky crop top. Hmmm. What if Jurassic Park actually existed—but on another planet? [click to continue…]
For three years now, Redditor GeorgieWashington has received a “shirtception” Christmas gift from his brother. Imagine how magnificent this shirt will be in a few decades.
Plus, the brother has an easy Christmas gift idea locked in while GW has a slam dunk front page Reddit post for the foreseeable future. Brilliant.
Netflix has partnered with Hot Topic and BoxLunch to offer a line of Stranger Things merch that includes tees, raglans, tanks, patches and pins. The collection is modest, but there’s an official Eleven windbreaker and a Dustin trucker cap that are highly amusing to me. Check out some of the items below. [click to continue…]
As a fan of Star Wars, fashion, and great causes, I’m happy to help spread the word about Force 4 Fashion and Star Wars Force For Change. Last year, Force 4 Fashion teamed up with Bloomingdales. This year, they’ve asked Rogue One‘s Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Riz Ahmed, and Gareth Edwards as well as actors like Olivia Munn and Brittany Snow, to design Rogue One-themed t-shirts for the cause.
The Force 4 Fashion line will be sold exclusively at Target starting on November 27th. Five dollars from every shirt sale will be donated to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF in support of UNICEF Kid Power which helps severely malnourished children around the world.
Help people, show your love for Star Wars, and get a cool shirt. Sounds good to me. Check out more designs from the collection below. [click to continue…]
Just because you can doesn’t mean you should. Though, in my opinion, the GIF above is reason enough to bring it into the world.
Not deterred? Continue on to the video below. [click to continue…]
Dragon Ball is celebrating its 30th anniversary (OMG, I feel so old!) this year and Japanese apparel brand Galaxxxy is releasing some BOLD t-shirts and jackets to commemorate the event.
Currently, they have four tees featuring Super Saiyan Goku, Super Ghost Kamikaze Attack, Dodoria, and Saibamen. They also previewed new jackets for Cell and Shenron.
The tees are one size fits all (or most) and will be priced at 5,800¥ (approx. $55 USD). The Cell and Shenron jackets are slated for November, but no pricing or sizing info is available at this time. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Her Universe has unveiled two festive Star Wars t-shirts just in time for Halloween.
The first one depicts Boba Fett riding a witch’s broom across the harvest moon and the other is a Day Of The Dead-themed R2 and Threepio.
It’s hard to decide. I may just need both. Take a closer look at the designs below. [click to continue…]
This cosplay has it all. It’s cute, it’s clever and it has PUNS! Check out the full pic below. [click to continue…]
Merchoid has unveiled a collection of official shirts and hoodies based on the upcoming film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. From the press release:
The collection reveals sneak previews of what to expect in the film, featuring artwork from MACUSA (Magical Congress of the United States of America) fictional magazines “The American Charmer” and “The Witch’s Friend” and more. All of the products in the collection are available to preorder now from Merchoid from £15.99/€23,99/$24.99 and shipping starts 20th October 2016.
The full collection includes five ladies t-shirts, four men’s t-shirts and a ladies hoodie. Witches feature prominently in the new merchandise collection; one design carries the slogan ‘Save America from Witches’ and two of the shirts feature artwork from previously unseen magazines from within the Harry Potter universe. The other designs feature the MACUSA logo, the Fantastic Beasts suitcase graphical logo and imagery from the film’s posters.
Take a closer look at the designs below. [click to continue…]