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Following the popularity of the Archie Comics x MAC Cosmetics collaboration earlier this year, fashion designer Charlotte Olympia is teaming up with Archie Comics to create a high-end capsule collection of shoes and accessories featuring Archie, Betty, Veronica and other members of the Riverdale gang.
Marian Churchland loves a lot of things: pastries, epic video games, uncut gemstones, impeccably structured jackets, marmalade, practical shoes, and fine chocolates. And she catalogues these loves—especially the things she truly covets—in lists that are magical even when they don't contain hints of fantasy.
Just in time for convention season, Iron Fist Clothing (not to be confused with Iron Fist, the Marvel superhero) has unveiled a Spring/Summer capsule collection entitled Super Bitches that features pin-up styled artwork of superheroines and villains. Known for their eclectic catalogue of mon
In collaboration with Lucasfilm, Australian fashion brand Black Milk Clothing launched the second installment of their much-anticipated Star Wars Collection this week (the first installment can be seen here). Entitled Star Wars Ep 2 - The Emperor Strikes Back, this second installment includes a Death Star dress, a Darth Vader swimsuit, and leggi
Just in time for New York Comic Con, menswear label MISHKA NYC collaborated with Harvey Comics for a Fall 2012 capsule collection of t-shirts, tank tops, and snapbacks featuring graphics of Casper and Richie Rich. The campaign for the MISHKA NYC collection also features Harvey Comics' classic roster of
Using thick black lines and unexpected color combinations, South Korean artist Yong Oh Kim transforms already spectacular street scenes, landscapes and urban fashionistas into scenes from an extraterrestrial travelogue
Artist Denis Medri created a series of 1950s-inspired redesigns of characters from Gotham City, transforming Batman's friends and foes into a stylish cast of rockabilly vigilantes, varsity team sidekicks, and sinister Teddy Boys. From Bruce Wayne's Batmobile-styled hot rod to Catwoman's Bettie Page-invoking getup, Gotham ha