6 posts tagged fashion
More Monster Hunter eyeglasses ⊟
Japanese company Alook is releasing a second series of glasses frames inspired by Monster Hunter creatures in September. You can see the first series here if you missed them somehow during your frantic searches for video game-themed eyewear.
Once again, there’s at least one style here that I would totally, happily wear, and now I know that about myself, and you know that about me, and we all have to live with this knowledge.
Masayuki Doi, art director for Shin Megami Tensei IV
You might have read about this shirt if you spotted USgamer’s chat with Doi. Before our own E3 interview with him, a fellow from Nintendo stopped by to take a photo of the artist for social media promotion purposes. I don’t think the shot ever went online — maybe that’s still in the queue, or perhaps the tee was too hot to handle for the family-friendly company.
If you’d like to rock this Monica Bellucci design yourself, Dolce & Gabbana is selling the shirt for $275. There are much cheaper prices on eBay, but I presume those are counterfeits.
Speaking of replicas and wearing other people’s designs, I showed Doi my Animal Crossing: New Leaf character wearing one of his SMTIV samurai outfits, and he was absolutely delighted with the whole thing. Maybe I’ll have my character wear this Monica shirt too, since it will be cheaper to get it from the Able Sisters than Dolce & Gabbana.
PREORDER Shin Megami Tensei IV, upcoming games
Badass cyberpunk Game Boy mask
This is some dystopian gaming survival apparatus type of shit. Like you’re about to hook up your face to the Neuronet and drop some zero-days on megacorp mainframes. It’s the kind of thing you wear while blasting El-P and doing drive-bys in a floating whip system, yelling out “Tetsuooooooo!” before draining a 40-watt phased plasma rifle into a gang of Com-Bots.
Game Boy carts and boxes were an accessory at Williamsburg Fashion Weekend 2013
The t-shirts, t-skirts, and Game Boy necklaces (they look like print-outs and not the actual carts) are from fashion and graphic pop artist Marco Santaniello. Photos by Jena Cumbo, make up by Dori Hmua.
BUY Game Boy games
Buy: Harvest Moon: A New Beginning
See also: More Harvest Moon posts
Pokemon fashion guide. It’s still cold out, but winter won’t be here forever, so if you’re a woman looking for a new springtime ensemble — one who happens to have an affinity for Pokemon — Polyvore to the rescue!
Whatever Pocket Monster you choose, there’s sure to be an accompanying outfit, but expect to fork over a pretty penny; to exude the essence of Jigglypuff, for example, requires a $578 investment, minimum.
Guest post by Matt “Fort90” Hawkins