Her Universe is back online after being acquired by Hot Topic, and the evolution includes a brand new website and new geek fashions in both regular and extended sizes. Hoodies, tees, dresses, sweaters, jackets and more for Star Wars, Marvel, Star Trek, Studio Ghibli and Doctor Who. Check out a sample of the new styles below. [click to continue…]
Living Dead Clothing is ready to go Sailor Moon punk again with the Punk Moon 2.0 collection. New Rainmakers and skater dresses make up most of the items, but there’s a punk kitty bag in here that needs a forever home.
The designs are fantastic, so it’s just figuring out if you want the top or the dress. Or both. Both is good. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
These ninja tights may not be stealthy, but they sure are cool. Made by Japanese company Kabushikigaisha Sengoku, the tights come in grey, red, and blue and feature ninjas and weapons like the shuriken and makibishi. [click to continue…]
Living Dead Clothing has unveiled not one but TWO different flavors of Catpool leggings. Catpool: The Merc With A Meow and Christmas in July Catpool (which isn’t so much Christmas-y as it is taco-y). Take a closer look at the designs below. [click to continue…]
It’s like the pages of your favorite Marvel comics got splashed onto all sorts of leggings, dresses, shirts, catsuits and tees in Black Milk’s Marvel New York Collection. Everyone’s here: Black Widow, Spider-Man, Black Panther, Iron Man, Captain America, the Guardians Of The Galaxy, Thor, Loki, Wasp, Squirrel Girl…the list goes on.
The entire collection is limited with some pieces having a 48 hour only guarantee window. So if you want anything, I suggest you get a move on. Check out more pieces below. [click to continue…]
There may have been a few hiccups with some of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens merchandise not featuring Rey before the movie came out, but everyone knows Jyn’s the star of Rogue One, so she’s front and center in many of the Star Wars Rogue One fashions being released.
The Disney Store has two new Jyn tees, once of which is customizable in a number of ways and even lets you add your own text (I did one as an example). There’s also a tank for you Krennic fans, and a cute rhinestone BB-8 tank with a hood. Finish it up with a Jyn “Rebel” tank and some Rebel X-Wing leggings and you’re all set. Check out more styles below. [click to continue…]
German-based Musterbrand is known for making some really nice Star Wars merchandise and I’m adding this Rey-inspired top to that list. I could do without the Rebel logo on the sleeve, but the cut and style more than makes up for it.
The top was available for pre-order at NYCC and, while it’s not on their site currently, here’s hoping it’ll be on both the main and US regional site soon. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]
As a plus-sized lady, I can tell you that I’m picky about store bought bustiers, but this Star Wars Comic Print halter bustier from Torrid has my attention. The print alone is a draw, but the price is definitely good for a store bought bustier. I dig it.
I don’t know if the boyshorts come with this outfit. I checked the site and I don’t see a separate pair of them, but they may be added later. Take a closer look below.
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Harajuku isn’t just a place in Japan, it’s a fashion state of mind—and Nintendo wants Pokemon to be part of it. To that end, Harajuku-based Spinns is teaming up with Nintendo to create an official Pokemon line starting with tops and skirts.
Six new sweat tops in different colors feature Pikachu, Gengar, Snorlax, Mew, Ditto and Eevee and there are two new Poke Ball skirts in red, white, and black. Pair those with some accessories and a colorful pair of tights and you’re set.
The collection will be online and at Spinns locations starting September 30th. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Polish fashion designers Maja and Celina Debowska of the Etsy shop celapiu have cleverly crafted these felt animal scarves and stoles. While the sisters make a range of cold-weather accessories such as hats and gloves, the critter stoles really steal the show—the level of detail is pretty astounding. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]