Today we’re doing something weird. We’ve asked a team of fashion experts to judge the outfits of video game characters. Think of this as Video Gaming’s Next Top Model.
What a time to be alive.
This is actually a good look for me. One of several good looks that highlight one of my favorite features of kung fu MMO Blade & Soul: playing dress up.
The denizens of the wasteland might as well have their very own fashion line, thanks to the powers of mods.
I don’t care if you are a guy or a gal, please do not wear high heels in snow. Just don’t!
Final Fantasy XIII’s pink-haired star is modeling for Louis Vuitton now, but that doesn’t mean she’s made of money.
This piece of fanart illustrates just twelve of Mario’s many, many outfits.
Aside from the obvious connection—there are famous football video games—football and gaming have another strange association: a long history of companies like Nintendo and Sega appearing as shirt sponsors for some of the biggest clubs in the world.
In Japan, there’s one rule that, more than anything, will probably make people upset when broken. These fashion photos destroy that rule.
You’ve found the Triforce and rescued the princess before, but you’d never done it looking this good.
South Korean youth have fallen in love with a new hairdo. It’s called 하트 앞머리 (hateu aapmuhri) and means, “heart-bangs hair.”
Colors so vivid your cornea will hurt. Fashion so sweet your teeth will hurt. Welcome to Kawaii Monster Cafe.
Are you a man? Do you wear clothes? Well, listen up if you are in Japan or plan on visiting and, most importantly, care what others think.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art just held a benefit gala for the new exhibit “China: Through the Looking Glass.” And celebrities showed up wearing meme-inducing clothes. Thanks, famous people!
The question started out innocently enough: “Do you know ‘Brooklyn’ is written on your socks?”