New York Fashion Week 2014 has proven to be quite operational, thanks to the fangirl designers at Rodarte.
After presenting their Fall/Winter 2014 collection on the runway, designers Kate and Laura Mulleavey unveiled the ultimate fangirl’s dream: Star Wars-printed gowns. The silk gowns feature five classic images from the original trilogy, including Luke Skywalker, C-3PO and his faithful companion R2-D2, the Death Star, and even the twin suns from Tatooine, Skywalker’s home planet.
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The gowns were part of the ‘80s-inspired collection and received hard-to-come-by seals of approval from Disney and George Lucas. But unfortunately, the line is a trap: Although they will be used for editorial consideration later in 2014, Rodarte has no plans to sell these dresses commercially. Meanwhile, there’s no word yet on the cost of renting them, but the opportunity to conduct a photo shoot in your parents’ basement may not be worth the considerable price for their materials and assembly.
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