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There are a lot of sites out there that sell unlicensed Star-Lord jackets, but Anovos has swooped in with their official, high-end Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 model. As with all of Anovos’ stuff, accuracy is key. [click to continue…]

Anovos, the company that makes all of those amazing, screen-ready Star Wars costumes, has turned its attention to Marvel with a Captain America: Civil War collection that includes jackets for Cap, Ant-Man and Black Widow along with 1:3 scale replica helmets. [click to continue…]

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Anovos makes the best Star Wars costumes money can buy, and they’ve added a First Order Stormtrooper Standard Kit to their lineup. This builder’s kit is available for pre-order now, though the shipping date (as is typical with Anovos pre-orders) waaaay off in September 2017 (on the plus side you’ll be ready for Episode VIII).

They’ve also debuted a separate rank pauldron in red/Officer, black/Sergeant, and white/Squad Leader styles which is set for a March 2017 release. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]

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Anovos has expanded beyond their line of ridiculously accurate costumes and props by teaming up with Gold Bubble Clothing on a new Star Trek fashion dress line. You can get dresses in A-Line, asymmetrical, bodycon, and classic sleeveless styles in four awesome designs.

I like the variety in both cut and style in the initial release and I appreciate that they’ve included pictures with both regular and plus-sized models. Take a closer look at the designs below. [click to continue…]

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You might already be familiar with Anovos’ amazing and expensive costume replicas, from their Kylo Ren costume to this stunning replica of Captain Phasma’s helmet, and even their non-Star Wars stuff like this replica of Captain Picard’s smoking jacket that’s not a smoking jacket from the later seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation. If not, a brief journey through our “anovos” tag will reveal that they produce a ton of high end costume replicas, with a spectacular eye for detail and screen accuracy. Seriously, go have a look. It’s fine. This post will keep.

Back? Good. Anovos have announced they’re doing a replica of the outfit that Rey wore for the majority of The Force Awakens. In other words, if you want to cosplay Rey and only the best will do—look no further. [click to continue…]

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Anovos has done it again. This time around, it’s this gorgeous Kylo Ren Costume Ensemble that includes details duplicated from Star Wars: The Force Awakens screen-used production assets. You can get the costume alone or get the full costume with that very recognizeable helmet.

Talk about craftsmanship—this thing is a beauty. Of course, quality comes at a hefty price.

More details below.

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Anovos has started taking pre-orders for their Star Wars: The Force Awakens Captain Phasma helmet and I don’t think that I can sell enough blood to afford it. But I’ll die trying.

This Premier Line helmet is a gorgeous prop replica that’s ready to wear for all of your First Order trooping events. The features include:

  • Metalized elements to capture the accurate finish and distinct weathering of an original screen-used helmet
  • Convex tinted lens
  • Derived from digital files used in the production of STAR WARS™: THE FORCE AWAKENS, as well as unprecedented access to the original prop for deep study
  • Sturdy fiberglass construction
  • Adjustable head rig that will fit up to a size 8 hat size
  • Lined interior for finished appearance inside and out
  • Assembled helmet, ready to wear with no additional modifications needed

In other words, it’s gorgeous, well made, and ready to put on your noggin so you can start taking over the world.

Check out more pics below.

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Now’s your chance to own the most screen accurate stormtrooper armor on the market thanks to the folks over at Anovos. They’re offering the Classic Trilogy Imperial Stormtrooper armor in both a complete ensemble and a kit (with a completed helmet) for those of you who prefer to save some money and build your own.

Anovos created this armor using various references made available to them, including those from private collections and Lucasfilm archives.

Head after the break to see more pictures, plus the complete product breakdown and specs.

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There’s no doubt that the people over at Anovos make great costume replicas, and this gorgeous Captain Picard jacket is no exception.

Patterned and color-matched after a screen-used jacket from a private collection, this replica comes complete with a satin interior lining, full body front zipper closure, and an inner pocket.

The original jacket was designed by Robert Blackman with direct input from Sir Patrick Stewart himself. The synthetic fibers in the replica jacket have been color matched to the preserved screen-used jacket and it is made from from polyester, cotton, and microsuede.

Just stunning. You can pre-order the jacket now with shipment slated for April 2015.

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Hit the slopes this winter in style with this classic Imperial Snowtrooper costume. Like other Star Wars outfits from Anovos it doesn’t come cheap, but you’re getting a film quality costume for the price.

The costume, which is officially licensed, features breastplate armor, a backplate with a fully functional backpack, a codpiece (yes!), vambrace, spaulders, a decorative buckle with a webbed belt (for all that extra ammo stormtroopers will waste), cloth pouches and a rear belt cylinder.

The armor is made from PVC plastic and includes hard pieces that were 3D scanned and completely replicated from actual Lucasfilm props and costumes. Anovos recommends that before purchasing the costume, cosplayers should have their exact measurements taken by a professional tailor.

Also, as a quick side note, this outfit features everything but undergarments, socks and boots, so if you do decide to hit the snow while dressed as a snowtrooper, make sure to pack your long johns, OK?

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