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How Much Of Hot Topic’s New Maleficent Clothing Line Would You Wear?

I’m not exactly looking forward to Disney’s Maleficent, but damn, I would wear the hell out of several of the items in Hot Topic’s new Maleficent Fashion Collection, available for pre-order starting today. Other pieces look like they belong in a ’90s goth teen movie à la The Craft, which is its own kind of charm.


I See What They Did There

Dress Uses Technology to Guarantee Nip Slip Whenever Your Heartrate is Elevated

Wearable technology is a scifi idea that’s just starting to become a reality, so it’s to be expected that for a while its gaze is going to exceed its grasp, and in the world of fashion one must make allowances that one typically doesn’t for technology for pieces that blur the line between art and a functional object. But dang, wearable tech, if a dress that turns more translucent based on the speed of your heart rate doesn’t perfectly embody the vast gulf between the dreams of wearable tech and the reality.


This Exists... Because of A Lady

Her Universe Brings Fashion Week Flair To SDCC With Design Contest

As if Her Universe wasn’t fabulous enough, they’ve gone and announced a ”Geek Couture” fashion show and design competition to coincide with Comic-Con International in San Diego this summer. ”Fangirls are already using the halls of San Diego Comic-Con International as their runway to showcase custom fashions. We wanted to give these designers a bigger stage to share their talent and also provide an educational experience in the fashion industry,” said actress and Her Universe founder Ashley Eckstein. Here’s some creative work by designer Doug Dunnam to inspire you.


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Willy Wonka as the Doctor

This makes so much sense. (by James Hance, available in short form on Blue Box Tees.


Why Not Do It With Some Style?

Black Milk Teases Their New Superhero Collection

Black Milk is leaving Westeros and heading back to the realm of the superheroes for their new collection. The Batmanless series (they already did him) will debut at at 9am AEST on March 27th, and we have some teaser pics! Not gonna lie—I’m not exactly digging the Wonder Woman and Superman bathing suits, but I would buy the heck out of those Watchmen tees if they were within my budget. Hit the jump for more.


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Dress Like Six From Battlestar Galactica

ATTN: Battlestar Galactica fans/coslpayers/fans of swanky clothes: Anovos Productions has introduced their new Six line, which includes the famous red dress and the jewelry she wears with it. The pair will set you back $320 plus shipping, though, so maybe just do what you have been doing. (Fashionably Geek)



Custom Sailor Moon Hoodies Are Out of This World

Etsy seller Rarity’s Boutique is preparing to reopen commissions for new garments next week, and among the new styles on offer will be these hoodie replicas of Sailor Moon, Mars, Venus, Jupiter, and Mercury. Fashionably Geek has an exclusive preview of their features, including fleece edging and removable bows.

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And I'll Form the Head!

Wyldstyle Says: We Can Build It! (On a T-Shirt)

Available only today, at Tee Fury.

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Black Milk Teases Dragon Egg Leggings From Their Game of Thrones Collection

In other words: Black Milk is doing a Game of Thrones collection. There are some other teases up on their Facebook page, namely a House Stark shirt (a loose fit, praise R’hllor), an Iron Throne dress, and house sigil leggings, all of which you can see behind the jump.


May The Force Be With You

Express Undying Love For Your Bed With Her Universe’s Star Wars Sleep Shirt

The most interesting thing about Her Universe’s new Star Wars sleep shirt is that it glows in the dark, with the words “I know” appearing only when the lights go out. Seems a bit counterintuitive for sleepwear, but maybe I’m more particular than other people. I want the room to be as dark as my soul.

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