Keeping up with fashion trends can sometimes be uncomfortable and expensive. But trying a new style or two is typically not life-threatening — except in the case of these dangerous trends, that maimed (and sometimes killed) anyone brave enough to sport them.
Star Trek: The Next Generation kept boldly going to some pretty amazing places, fashion-wise, after its first few wild seasons. We never again saw quite so many bonkers glued-on costumes, but there was still a lot of WTF. Here's our tribute to TNG seasons four through seven.
Behold the pinnacle of human invention. Sports Illustrated had the fantastic idea to shoot supermodel Kate Upton into the sky and then film her while she floated around in a bikini. Now we all know what Kate Upton looks like at Zero-G in a swimsuit. The answer, unsurprisingly, is great.
The "Galaxy Chic" line of BH Cosmetics eyeshadow is inspired by space. Each little eyeshadow palate is styled to look like a star, or a planet. To quote Judy Jetson, these are "outer-galactic!"
Whether you're looking to cosplay Daenerys or just dig Margaery Tyrell's sense of style,
Tumblr wind-uptoy Healthy Hair Plus has directions on how to style your hair like the ladies of Westeros.
Clearly, Hailee Steinfeld knows how to do Comic-Con right. The Ender's Game actress showed up to this years con with all sorts of delightful fan art on her nails. We spy comic book "Pows," Lichtenstein inspired eyes, and oh heck yeah — her thumbs are the Dragon and Salamander army sigils from Ender's Game. This…
If your guinea pig routinely dashes off into armed combat (or just likes the look of scale mail), you might want to outfit him or her in this handsome suit of armor, perfect for rolly-polly rodents.