Interview with Beep Boop Beep Clothing

Today’s Mos Eisley Marketplace article features fan label Beep Boop Beep Clothing, run by husband and wife team Jessica and Garrett T. McDonald. Beep Boop Beep Clothing has a great range of women’s apparel, including v-neck t-shirts and flowy racer back tank tops, featuring wonderful designs – even a few inspired by…

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Force Of Fashion article – Queen Amidala

A recent addition to the columns at StarWars.com, the latest Force Of Fashion article came out yesterday. Written by Catrina Dennis, the Force Of Fashion articles feature costumes from the Star Wars galaxy, as well as real world Star Wars fashion. Force of Fashion focuses on all things wearable in a galaxy far, far away…

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Women’s Star Wars Queen Amidala Perfume

German brand Lifestyle Perfumes is releasing a new Star Wars perfume collection! The range includes three perfumes (Eau de Parfum) – including one for women inspired by Queen Amidala! The perfume bottles are inspired by a lightsaber hilt – the Queen Amidala perfume comes in a beautiful gold coloured bottle.…

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Prequel Appreciation Day!

It’s Prequel Appreciation Day! Created by the Star Wars Prequel Appreciation Society (SWPAC), the annual day of celebration takes place this year on May 20th. The prequels have always been close to my heart – in 2006 my husband proposed to me at Villa Balbianello, the Episode II filming location in Italy where Anakin…

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Queen Amidala-inspired Fashion

Queen Amidala is synonymous with fashion and make-up, so it really surprises me that she is very rarely used in women’s Star Wars fashion or accessories anymore. As a huge Queen Amidala fan and collector, I have been seeking out related items for my collection for many years – but…

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Fan made fashion at Celebration

I’m finally back home in New Zealand and getting to work writing about all the Star Wars fashion I saw at Celebration Anaheim. While I have lots of shopping reports, I really wanted to share these photos first. Although the sheer volume of crowds (and lines) meant I didn’t get to explore…

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