There aren’t many fandom fashions that would work for a formal occasion, but this Cardcaptor Sakura hairpin is one of them. I can’t help but imagine how good it would look while wearing something like this. [click to continue…]

Once again Takayas has made the dreams of a nerdy couple come true. This time they drew inspiration from Zora’s Sapphire (the Spiritual Stone Of Water) from Ocarina of Time and the wave pattern from The Wind Waker cover art. [click to continue…]

Stressed? Cats in Squirtle costumes. Depressed? Cats in Squirtle costumes. Sleepy? Cats in Squirtle costumes. Ecstatic? Cats in Squirtle costumes.

It’s the only video you need for any situation. Watch it below. [click to continue…]

Hmmm. She’s all by herself. I hear these things are easy to dispatch, but should I attack or run like hell?

Run like hell. Right.

This fantastic Bloodborne Chime Maiden cosplay is the work of Shade Cramer with photos by Vladimir Burykin. Check out more below. [click to continue…]

We recently shared a spectacular Diablo III pre-wedding shoot by photographer Mezame. Now it’s Mezame’s turn.

On December 16th, Mezame married the lovely Mizdesert in a ceremony that journeyed from Middle Earth to Azeroth. [click to continue…]

Po-Zu has revealed their newest Star Wars shoe design and I’m thinking these are going to be very, very popular. This is a follow-up to the Rey boots that everyone loved and they’re made with the same sustainability in mind.

This vegan high-top lace-up sneaker will be available from August for women’s, men’s and children; made in organic cotton with the symbol of the Rebel Alliance rubberized badge. Key features include a quilted rear hexagonal panel, removable memory-foam Foot-Mattress™ (allows orthotics placement) in latex and cork, a high-performance grip natural rubber sole, and a highly visible woven ‘Star Wars™|Po-Zu’ woven label on a padded tongue.

Po-Zu says pre-orders will start in the Spring, so you have time to start saving.

Banner is a service dog with a secret identity. Well, many secret identities—and she’s a real life hero. She uses cosplay to help educate young children about service dogs and their handlers as part of an anti-bullying campaign. And now she has her own book!

Her human sidekick told us that the book also addresses “invisible disabilities”, which helps kids to understand that not all disabilities involve a person’s physical appearance.

You can check out the book here, and keep up with Banner’s cosplay on her Facebook page. You can can also check out some of her best looks below. [click to continue…]

If it’s attention that you crave, jewelry and nail artist Nadja Buttendorf has a project that you might be interested in. She’s been making silicone earrings and rings that attempt to duplicate the body part where they are worn. [click to continue…]

We’ve talked about Musterbrand’s Star Wars collection recently, but have you seen their Assassin’s Creed stuff? They have designs from Black Flag to Syndicate for both men and women and it looks great. It’s also perfect for fall and winter weather.

I like the Fairfax cardigan. You’re always going to win me over with a hooded cardigan and I love the style of it. There’s some good stuff here. [click to continue…]

Disney Princesses are timeless, but their stories have origins in specific times and places. In the case of Snow White, you’re talking about Renaissance Germany. [click to continue…]