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We’ve seen Kay Pike do some extraordinary things with body paint, but her transformation into C-3PO might be the most complete. Watch her disappear into the character below. [click to continue…]

Catherine Elhoffer isn’t done with her awesome Galactic Queen collection concepts. Amidala’s picnic dress is just perfect for a cardigan. [click to continue…]

On Friday we revealed that Bioworld has a whole mess of Star Wars-themed products in the works, and now you can add this gorgeous Rogue One bag to the mix.

It appears to be based on Cassain Andor’s jacket, though release date and pricing details have not been revealed. However, it will likely show up on Entertainment Earth, ThinkGeek, SuperHeroStuff, or Amazon in the near future for around $50.

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The 2017 runDisney Star Wars Half Marathon Weekend is on through Sunday and that means new Star Wars Dooney & Bourke bags! [click to continue…]

One of the things I like about Bioworld is the variety they offer. They make all kinds of stuff for all sorts of fandoms. It generally means that you can find something you like that fits your style and price range pretty easily. That having been said, they’ve revealed new Star Wars merchandise that I want to get my grubby little paws on. [click to continue…]

We’ve seen several of these princesses in various Star Wars cosplay mashups (Belleba Fett / Jedi Belle and Mandalorian Snow White come to mind), but emz_infinity brought them together for one specacular photoshoot. Apparently, many more photos from the shoot are coming so stay tuned. [click to continue…]

Elhoffer Design has revealed sketches for an upcoming “Galactic Queen” collection inspired by Padmé Amidala. Only two or three will be chosen, and she’s asking fans to cast their vote on Instagram and Twitter.

See Also: More Fashions From Elhoffer Design

So which designs are your favorites? The Dusk Poncho, Twilight Dolman, Eclipse sweater, or Sunrise Cardigan? As you’ll see in the current poll results below, the Queen Poncho is already out of the running. There are also some rough prices to consider. [click to continue…]

Wearing the Star Wars opening crawl is something we’ve seen before, but this opening crawl infinity scarf is a first—officially anyway. There are versions based on both The Empire Strikes Back and Return Of The Jedi.

Currently, there’s only concept art, but it gives you a general idea. They’re estimated for a May arrival.

Product Pages: The Empire Strikes Back Opening Crawl Scarf $19.99 / Return of the Jedi Opening Crawl Scarf $19.99

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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.