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Friday, December 15, 2017

Star Wars Style - My Favorite Collaborations for The Last Jedi

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Is the Force with you? Who saw Star Wars: The Last Jedi last night? Fashion fans who openly showed their geekiness used to be rare. In the last decade, high fashion brands have collaborated with the franchise for sophisticated Star Wars style. Past collaborations included edgy designers Rodarte and upscale Preen down to Old Navy and J. Crew.

This season, you can buy high-end heels from Christian Louboutin. They look like posh party heels for the holiday soiree, but if you look closely, you'll see jeweled tie-fighter details on the vamp.

Upscale denim brand Rag & Bone created a collection of casual hipster looks for men and women. What I like about this is that it doesn't immediately look like a movie-branded collection. The clothes are well designed and fashion-forward, with small nods to the costume styling in the movie.

star wars mariana leungThere are plenty of Geek fashion emporiums like Hot Topic, Her Universe and Think Geek (where my sister bought my Millenium Falcon skirt). Many of the looks are a street style alternative to full-on costumes. They are budget-friendly and really fun, but they wouldn't be considered high fashion.

I am currently working with sleepwear company Richard Leeds International. They are known for super cute union suits and fluffy pajamas. If you have seen the very popular Chewbacca onesie or Princess Leia onesie on fangirls, that's from them. For The Last Jedi's release, they created a sleek, minimalist black and white group that puts the focus on rebels and the resistance. The Star Wars sleepwear collection is available at Target.

Star Wars style inspired yet? What are YOU wearing to see Star Wars: The Last Jedi?

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