Black Milk Clothing x Star Wars

Australia clothing label Black Milk Clothing first caught my attention years ago, when they released an Artoo swimsuit. In 2012 they released their first Star Wars collection in collaboration with Lucasfilm. The full line of Black Milk Clothing x Star Wars includes 7 athletic tops, 14 swimsuits, 10 dresses and 6 leggings. Focusing on…

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Star Wars tulle dresses

During one of my ebay searches I came across these two Star Wars tulle dresses. Officially licensed, made by Mighty Fine, they retail for approximately US$33-39 each, available in sizes small to xx large. They are noted as being ‘slim fit’ or ‘juniors’ sizing, which tends to be just a…

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Strapless dresses from We Love Fine

We Love Fine has been adding a wider variety of styles to their Star Wars range for women, including dresses. I recently picked up their two Star Wars strapless dresses – the Darth Vader tube dress and the R2-D2 tube dress. Each retails for US$34.00, available in sizes small to 2XL. Both…

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Star Wars dresses by Rodarte

For their Fall 2014 runway collection, Rodarte unveiled a collection of Star Wars dresses. Every geek website reported on the show, which included five full length couture gowns with printed Star Wars images. The Rodarte designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy drew inspiration from their childhood for the collection. Imagination, fun, wonder…

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Her Universe Fashion Show 2014

At San Diego Comic Con in July 2014, Her Universe, Hot Topic and Nerdist Industries held the first ever ‘Her Universe Fashion Show’. From the Her Universe blog announcement – “Geek Couture” has invaded the runways of mainstream fashion shows in New York and London this year, with Star Wars-infused…

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Review – We Love Fine X Goldie

As I mentioned in this post about the fantastic We Love Fine x Goldie collection, I quickly ordered my favourites as soon as they were released! Trying to limit my spending, I choose my three favourite pieces from the collection, The Empire Strikes Back skirt, Death Star Battle Scene dress. I’ll probably…

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Preen by Thornton Bregazzi

It’s no surprise when a film as popular as Star Wars gets it’s tie-in fashion items, we’ve seen t-shirts with Star Wars logos and characters since those first blockbuster days in 1977. What is quite interesting is when Star Wars fashion reaches the runways. The fashion label Preen by Thornton Bregazzi recently…

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