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…]


Fashion designer and costumer Hannah Barucky knows just how to make Firefly fans happy with these super cute dresses. Originally made as part of a student project, they walked the runway at Amazing Arizona Comic Con and you can definitely see that she’s got a feel for the ‘Verse.

Check out all of the designs below.

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We all know that geek culture has already cracked the couture glass ceiling. We’ve seen designers turn out high-end fashions for Star Wars and Marvel. We’ve even seen folks from those universes modeling it. But what about a designer that takes those next steps into the fantasy world…literally?

That’s precisely what happened when Louis Vuitton announced their new Spring/Summer 16 model: Lightning from the Final Fantasy game series.

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The Santa at Yorkdale Shopping Centre in Toronto, Canada isn’t your typical jolly old elf – he’s Paul Mason, a former model who is giving Santa’s image a stylish makeover for charity.

Every time a shopper snaps a photo with Fashion Santa and posts it on social media with the hashtag #YorkdaleFashionSanta, a buck is donated to the SickKids Foundation. After all, Christmas isn’t all about toys and being really, really ridiculously good looking.

Check out more pics after the break…

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Chanel Catwoman sketch by Kevin Wada.

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When Canadian-based cosplayer Vicky Lau from Vivid Vision was invited to showcase her cosplays at Western Canada Fashion Week, she became the first designer ever to have cosplay included in the event—we hope she’s just the first of many.

Lau not only made all the cosplays for this showcase, but both the Battle Princess Anna and Heart Seeker Janna cosplays were original designs. I love the Battle Princess Anna and I’d love to see an Elsa version.

See more pictures and a video after the break.

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We just discovered ZARCADE!Wear and their super-punch graphic blend of classic sci-fi, punk and comic book mashups. They offer designs on everything from dresses to swim trunks that pay homage to classics like X-Files, Hellboy, RoboCop, Batman Returns, Barbarella, Fight Club, Twin Peaks and more.

The illustrations look like they popped right out of a comic and the colors are bold. I desperately need one of everything. Check out more examples after the break.

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Do you want to make a fashion statement that says “I’m a survivor”? Then look no further than

Actually, the tattered jackets and pants would be perfect for a Mad Max or Walking Dead cosplay. The site has a ton of creative options for men and women to combine and layer for that perfect neo-futuristic vibe.

Check out more survival-mode clothing designs after the break.

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Architect and fashion illustrator Shamekh Bluwi has come up with a unique way to combine his two skills into one. He creates paper cutouts of his dress designs leaving large blank spaces. He then holds them up to the real world and lets the city of Amman, Jordan complete the design.

See more examples after the break.

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Scooby Gang 10s

We’ve seen our share of period makeovers for pop culture characters (the Mike Wrobel Game Of Thrones series comes to mind), but Julia Wytrazek’s Scooby Gang series is something new. In her Behance project, Wytrazek explains that she was inspired by the changes she saw in the characters from their debut in 1969. So, she decided to draw them for every decade of the 20th century.

Keeping their original color schemes, here are her reimagined takes on Velma, Daphne, Shaggy, and Fred. I personally love Daphne in the ’90s and Velma in the ’30s.

See the rest of the series after the break.

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