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[artwork by Babs Tarr; colors by Jordan Gibson]

The crossover event between comics and fashion.

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Heroic haute messes.
Cat burglar couture.
Sass in masks.
Clothes combat.
Sidekicks in sweet kicks.
Model turns and spinning transformations.

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I'm also the resident Superheroic Sartorialist at ComicsAlliance.

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23 January 13

bettyfelon:

My collection of flicker rings.

Acquired from friends, conventions, and eBay.

My flicker rings are basically IRL gif jewelry.

Reblogged: bettyfelon

2 December 11
Tingling, by Kevin Wada

"I wanted that early 60’s look, which was when these characters debuted,  but also something a little modern and fresh.  I wanted to play off  their classic attire and make them really feel like different women."
- Kevin Wada

I love how this piece works beautifully to demonstrate the connection between the two women through subtle styling contrasts: the fine details of Gwen’s jewelry juxtaposed with Mary Jane’s chunky accessories; Mary Jane’s luxe high-waisted suede skirt shimmied next to Gwen’s shorter jersey/cotton shift dress; gradient stripes versus solid color-blocking; the color balance between chartreuse and plum.
This is one of those rare, post-60’s moments where I actually covet both of their ensembles, as I usually prefer Gwen’s looks over MJ’s. I also love how MJ’s classic sleeveless top is reworked with a gorgeous high-waisted skirt (a major styling upgrade from those horrible you-just-hit-the-jackpot khaki pants).

Tingling, by Kevin Wada

"I wanted that early 60’s look, which was when these characters debuted, but also something a little modern and fresh.  I wanted to play off their classic attire and make them really feel like different women."

- Kevin Wada

I love how this piece works beautifully to demonstrate the connection between the two women through subtle styling contrasts: the fine details of Gwen’s jewelry juxtaposed with Mary Jane’s chunky accessories; Mary Jane’s luxe high-waisted suede skirt shimmied next to Gwen’s shorter jersey/cotton shift dress; gradient stripes versus solid color-blocking; the color balance between chartreuse and plum.

This is one of those rare, post-60’s moments where I actually covet both of their ensembles, as I usually prefer Gwen’s looks over MJ’s. I also love how MJ’s classic sleeveless top is reworked with a gorgeous high-waisted skirt (a major styling upgrade from those horrible you-just-hit-the-jackpot khaki pants).

Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh