Disney/Lucasfilm just released some beautifully badass Rogue One: A Star Wars Story character posters to whet our appetites for the December release!Read More
Esperanza has just launched a new line of four different styles of Pikachu-inspired shoes--one pair of high heels, and three pairs of low heels. All four pairs are fit for a fashionable Pokémon trainer.Read More
Metaverse Makeovers Creates Augmented Reality Nail Art Inspired by She-Ra, Jem and the Holograms, and Sailor Moon
Thea Baumann's glam-tech fashion company Metaverse Makeovers wants you to feel as cool as the Sailor Senshi do right when they begin a transformation sequence. Have you ever wanted a set of press-on nails that also causes sparkles and holographic backgrounds to appear all around you? Then you're in luck.Read More
John Oliver took on Clinton and Trump scandals in a 20-minute Last Week Tonight segment that you should probably watch before the big debate tonight.Read More
... Which isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Nerdy-themed suits with block-printed designs have started popping up in a few different varieties lately, with OppoSuits as one of the leaders in this unusual and distinctive fashion trend.Read More
Can you believe the time we live in now? A man with no political experience who has alienated most of the country is now a forerunner for president. iPhones exist and now they don’t even have headphone jacks. Yes, we clearly live in a special time where anything is possible — like finally owning a pair of self-lacing shoes a la Marty McFly in Back to the Future Part II.Read More
LoriAnn Costume Designs' LoriAnn Gerlisky has just revealed three new sets of patterns that she'll be shipping out through Simplicity next month, so for those of you with sewing machines and a craving to cook while wearing what Harley Quinn would, check out these new offerings!Read More
The designer has been an advocate for creating clothes for women of all sizes.
Christian Siriano made a name for himself in fashion way back when he was a contestant and eventual winner on Project Runway in its fourth season--but it's his recent championing of women of all shapes and sizes, as well as his willingness to not only dress plus-sized celebrities but design for them, that feels like a track to change the mainstream fashion industry for the better.Read More
Fun Suits has put together a collection of business suits inspired by Marvel and DC Comics characters, including several super-classy "Secret Identity" styles that keep the logos hidden.Read More
The dreaded malady "Hot Boob Disease" claims another victim.
I recently finished up the sprawling fantasy RPG The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and what struck me most about the game is how odd its clothing is. It's a perfect example of why fashion is so important when trying to create a believable fictional world.Read More
Cindy Hsin-Liu Kao, PhD student at MIT, took inspiration from the street fashion in Taiwan when she took part in helping put together this stunning piece of wearable technology at the MIT Media Lab, in partnership with Microsoft. It's called the Duoskin, and it's a gold leaf temporary tattoo that can be used as a touchscreen.Read More
Hot Topic's latest partnership with Cartoon Network means a new line of late summer and early fall styles inspired by Steven Universe, Adventure Time, and The Powerpuff Girls reboot.Read More
You know, to cap off your week.
Here's John Boyega laying down a sick beat. You know, just because.Read More
Things We Saw Today: Melissa Benoist, Grant Gustin, and Stephen Amell Deliver “The CW Smolder” For Conan
I'm loving The CW's programming right now, and most of my favorite shows, from all the DC TV stuff to shows like Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, are on that network. But I still sometimes feel like no matter what I'm watching, it's like I'm watching a magazine. That's because apparently all the CW stars master The CW Smolder. Check out this video in which Melissa Benoist, Grant Gustin, and Stephen Amell flawlessly execute the smolder for Conan O'Brien.Read More
Corporate brands have been ripping off indie artists since, well, forever. But it's gotten a lot trickier to get away with it in the post-internet age, especially when indie artists work together to fight back.Read More
Lisa Frank has been making a comeback in a big way lately. Now she's got her own unforgettable fashion line!Read More
The best revenge is looking fabulous.
Shortly after Jones's tweet about stylists refusing to dress her for the L.A. Ghostbusters premiere, designer >Christian Siriano reached out to her directly with a simple set of emojis volunteering for the job. The two later shared photos via Twitter documenting their collaboration for Jones' red carpet dress--and the amazing results speaks for themselves.Read More
Iris van Herpen recently showcased her Fall 2016 designs in Paris, and the entire line has an unearthly, undersea vibe that looks perfect for your descent into the depths of the ocean.Read More
For dresses like these, I'd turn heel too.
This fashion roundup is not last month's floofy dress edition. This is ... the fashion of the damned? Well, not entirely. (That'll come at the end.) Due to the nature of entertainment in general, few characters are one hundred percent villainous or heroic, so there will be a few entries on this list that might make you go "Wait! She's not a villain anymore! This season. Well, most of it ...."Read More
Stylists Blame Ghostbusters‘ Leslie Jones for Clothes Not Fitting Her, Ignore Fashion Industry Biases
I have very important information to share. It's our fault that clothing designers don't make clothes that can fit most of the people. I know what you're thinking: But, don't they make the clothes? Can't they decide how big or how small they want to make them? And if you're working directly with a designer, isn't there such a thing as custom making something for someone? Actually, no. It's our fault for not fitting into their clothes.Read More