This Stargate Spinner Ring is from sterling silver and the chevrons and glyphs actually spin! Imagine all of the adventures your finger can have traveling through space. Hahaha…yes. Don’t try to stick anything else in there.
This clever ring is hand-cast in solid sterling silver and mimics the Stargate, with two separate, highly detailed components: an outer ring and an inner ring. The outer ring has a three-dimensional design that features the nine chevrons (visible from both sides) and architectural detailing along the top. The inner ring sports a screen-accurate recreation of the glyphs that orient the Stargate, also visible from either side. The best part? The two rings actually spin around each other!
Stargate Sterling Spinner Ring ($124.99)
Kaytlyne Dewald of Kaytlyne Pop Culture Artist originally created this Harry Potter and Hedwig book art on canvas and then worked with Hot Dame clothing on Etsy to transform it into fabric. The result is a magical dress and leggings in sizes for both kids and adults. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Hot Topic may not be able to recreate Claire’s gorgeous dresses or Jamie Fraser’s rugged style but they definitely manage to bring a little of both into their new Outlander collection. The Fraser Tartan, Claire’s herringbone coat, Jacobite buttons, botanical patterns in honor of Claire’s healing abilities—there’s plenty of awesome details here for fans.
I love the reversible Tartan hooded cape and Claire’s riding coat, and the skirts and…okay, all of it. I also appreciate that it’s available in regular and plus sizes. Check out more items in the lineup below. [click to continue…]
…Because this tiny Holtzmann is on duty and she’ll be bustin’ ghosts and demons all over the neighborhood. A Harley Quinn or two might even caught up in her unstoppable wrath.
(via Lindsay Sherman)
Loungefly, purveyor of stylish and nerdy bags and accessories, has unveiled their Marvel collection featuring styles based on Deadpool, Black Widow, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Captain Marvel, Spider Gwen and more. The collection includes dome bags, wallets, coin bags, crossbody bags, duffle bags, totes and backpacks. Take a closer look a some of the styles below. [click to continue…]
Jewelry maker and Etsy seller Ellen Rococo has a way of creating magic with polymer clay, metal and crystal. These designs are both sculpture and jewelry, resulting in wearable art that feels like something straight out of a fantasy novel. See more examples of her work below. [click to continue…]
Last year, we discovered these modern samurai haori coats by Japanese company Trove and I’m really glad to see that they’re expanding the line this year with two new styles: a Wool Haori and the Masu-Ori Haori, which has a waffle-pattern cotton weave.
They’re also adding two pairs of pants called Hakama in both grey and navy wool if you want go go all out with the modern samurai look. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Over the summer, during the ESL One Cologne event, pro Counter-Strike: GO player Olkesandr ‘S1mple’ Kostyliev pulled off a move so spectacular, so awe-inspiring, that one of the creators of de_Cache – the map it took place on – immortalized it with a piece of graffiti on the wall of the level where it happened. Now, to commemorate the event, S1mple had that same piece of graffiti tattooed on his arm.
Check out the full tattoo, the graffiti, and the play that inspired both, 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…]