How A French Fashion Helped Beat An 18th-Century Anti-Vaxxer Movement

When the smallpox vaccine was first introduced in the 18th century, not everyone was eager to get inoculated. Many French people were suspicious of the new procedure, which was banned in Paris for five years. But after a celebrated royal inoculation, a new fashion helped advertise vaccination and ease vaccination… » 1/21/15 3:40pm Wednesday 3:40pm

You Have Until The End Of The Week To Buy These Superhero Hoodies

The last time we told you about awesome character-themed hoodies, they were unfortunately mere concepts rather than actual products you could buy. These amazing comic book themed ones, however? Totally a thing, and totally amazing looking - but you've only got until Friday to buy one. » 1/20/15 12:00am 1/20/15 12:00am

Get The Looks Of Your Favourite TV And Movie Characters With This Site

Ever longed for the sartorial elegance of Clara Oswald? Ogled over the many (many) suits of Oliver Queen? Here's a new website that collates the looks of your favourite TV and movie characters, and shows you where to buy them. Is it sort of cosplay if you start wearing your favourite character's snazziest threads? » 1/12/15 10:22am 1/12/15 10:22am

Dystopian Fashion Comes with Special Signal-Blocking Pocket for Phones

British company The Affair has created a number of science fiction themed fashion lines, but their latest is a masterpiece. The clothing is all modeled on what people wore in George Orwell's 1984, and comes with a shielded phone pocket made from material can effectively pull you off the grid. » 9/25/14 11:29am 9/25/14 11:29am

No Movie Would Dare To Include Such Weird Futuristic Costumes As These

Back in the 1960s and 1970s, Hollywood pushed the envelope in terms of weird "futuristic" costumes — just look at Zardoz and Logan's Run. But these days, apart from the odd extra in the Hunger Games, the movies are tame. And the real strange futuristic garb appears on fashion runways. » 9/15/14 3:30pm 9/15/14 3:30pm