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May the Force Be with You This Star Wars Day

We love all things "Star Wars" here at ModCloth, so Star Wars Day is right up our alley. Read more »
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Star Wars-Themed Dresses at NYFW Are As Amazing as They Sound

Rodarte's Fall 2014 collection included dresses that were covered in Star Wars prints. Yoda at Fashion Week? Yup, it happened. Read more »
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ModCloth’s Battle of the Gifts: Round 5, Stormtrooper vs. The Enterprise UPDATE: ROUND 5 CONTEST HAS ENDED

In today's intergalactic battle, we've pitted the Take It by Storm Alarm Clock vs. the Space Time Flies Perpetual Calendar. Who will zap the competition? You decide! Read more »
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Style Skirmish: Star Wars vs. Star Trek

True geekdom is measured by loyalty to your most beloved movies, comic books, and games — so tell us the answer to this classic question, who's more out of this world: Star Wars or Star Trek? Read more »
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The Star Wars Cookbook Kit: December’s Book of the Month Giveaway

Episode VII, BOOK OF THE MONTH. It is a period of festive joy and cheer at the ModCloth offices. Our featured title, The Star Wars Cookbook Kit, dazzles many a merry Mod bounty hunter with its clever recipe names and character-shaped cookie cutters. Read more »
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Fashions of the Force: John Woo’s Geek Chic Illustrations


“Darth Vader wears Band of Outsiders” by John Woo

If you’ve ever found yourself wondering what Darth Vader dons on his days off, or what the preferred couture of Padme Amadala might be, look no further than artist John Woo

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May the Farce Be with You

Whether or not you have a good lay of the Star Wars land, I think you’ll agree that Greg Peltz’s perniciously humorous Star Wars portraits are ‘hans-down’ worthy of a solo show. Read more »
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Luke Skywalker Goes Emo

When sharing this video with fellow Fashion Writer and Star Wars fan Richard, his reaction was, “Who knew Luke Skywalker could be so emo?”

Indeed, this paper stop motion video by Eric Power, with music by Jeremy Messersmith

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