Ready-to-Wear Fandom Fashion @ Anime Boston 2014

Anime Boston 2014


Anime Boston 2014 by redcarpetsuperhero 
Hello everypony! I will be presenting a panel on ready-to-wear fandom fashion aka stealth cosplay at Anime Boston this weekend.  Following a presentation on the whats and hows of everyday cosplay there will be an opportunity to design outfits and play!
Sunday, March 23, 2014
Panel Room A
Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA
Any questions ping me on twitter!

Ready-to-Wear Superhero Panel

This slideshow was first presented following the RTWS fashion show at GeekGirlCon 2013.

Thank you: Geek Girl Con, Kristine, Stefanie, Suzanne, Ali, Alyssa, Cassi, Caroline, Jen, Sigrid, Laura, Katt, Lysha, Kiki, Sara, and Aeris

Ready-to-Wear Superhero @GeekGirlCon


Ready-to-Wear Superhero at Geek Girl Con by redcarpetsuperhero

Hello everypony! I will be presenting a panel on character-inspired everyday fashion at GeekGirlCon this Saturday. There will be a fashion show followed by a Q&A with me and my panelist-models. Geek isn’t just chic, it’s Style!

10/19/2013 7PM Room 303 | Ready to Wear Superhero

I will also be at the Media Signing Area (with other contributors to Chicks Dig Comics and related titles) prior to the panel 5-5:50PM, come chat!

In depth details about the whole con full of amazing guests and presentations are found HERE.

Ready-to-Wear Superhero Look Book — who do you hope to see?

Hello all! If you have not heard, I will be presenting a panel including a fashion show and lookbook at Geek Girl Con in October. The panel is coming together nicely and I’m now putting together photoshoots and commissioning art for the book (which will also be a power point presentation and online gallery). SO, my question is:

Which characters do you want to see?

I welcome you to request any and all fandoms: Marvel comics and movies and tv, DC comics and movies and tv, other comics, Star Trek, Star Wars, Disney, Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, Doctor Who, Sherlock, Elementary, Supernatural, Hannibal, Battlestar Galactica, Titanic, The Great Gatsby, Orphan Black, Orange is the New Black, Labyrinth, My Little Pony, Hunger Games…{insert your fandom here}…and by fandom I mean “thing you are a fan of”.

Comment with ideas here or on tumblr or tweet me!

If you wish to submit your own looks to the book details are listed here.

“the best thing a girl can be”

If you could travel to any time period, what would you choose?

a photo of a swatch of fabric

Ivy’s fabric was the best part of Project Runway All Star’s twenties style challenge (and the only part worth mentioning).

I’ve always answered the twenties. The artistry, the attitude, the culture, the fashion — that’s where I’d fit in. So of course I’ve been anticipating Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby since it was first floated around as a possibility. Fitzgerald by Luhrmann starring Leo!

I was initially sad when the film was pushed to next summer instead of this winter but a) Gatsby is more of a summer story, and b) it gives me more time to put together my look. I’ve been threatening to make my entire wardrobe twenties-inspired for years and this is the perfect moment.

a film poster for The Great Gatsby featuring Carey Mulligan as Daisy

I intend to catalogue my progress — if you would like to be involved or included, or if you have any ideas, let me know!

Avengers Week: Pepper Potts

Hey world, I saw THE AVENGERS last night. You can read my spoiler-filled fashion geek thoughts about it (but mostly what they wear) over here at Fantastic Fangirls. I went into this week without a hero planned for Friday; I decided I’d pick after I saw the film, though I knew going in I’d be limited by the main people I hadn’t done yet (Black Widow, Hawkeye, Nick Fury) all wearing the same basic look. Then I saw the movie and lightning struck (aside: I’d love to do Loki sometime but he doesn’t have a pull-from-my-closet look).

Pepper’s my favourite. And the opposite of a Loki — I am probably supposed to look like Pepper at the office.

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Avengers Week: Captain America

When I first heard about the years long film build up to The Avengers I was the most scared of a Captain America film. If it didn’t take place predominantly in the 40s I wanted no part. Cap is woken up by the Avengers, he’s never in the future without them. That’s a little detail that matters to me. But they made the movie I wanted to see.

This is the outfit I will be wearing to see The Avengers at midnight tonight. It’s a bit more ostentatious than the rest of my week.

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