Evil Queen of Osirion

For the Evil Queen Pharaoh of Osirion, it’s all about white with gold, bold necklaces, lotus flower motifs, long column dresses, diaphanous fabric.

Valentino’s Fall 2014 couture collection combined many of these elements:os1 os2 os3

 

Even without the iconic lotus flower, these capture Osirian power dressing.

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Badgley Mischka, Fall 2014 Ready-to-Wear Collection and Sass & Bide, Spring 2013 Ready-to-Wear Collection

Evil Queen of Numeria — Part Deux

The No Plastic Edition

What would the Evil Queen of Numeria wear if she didn’t have access to 3d printed clothes?  She’d wear the most amazing combination of fashion and technology ever. That’s what.

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Faraday Cage dress

The designer,  Anouk Wipprecht, made this Faraday Cage dress (in the classic scale mail over chain mail style) and performed with ArcAttack and their Tesla Coils at the SF Maker Faire. The full story:  http://makezine.com/2014/05/23/anouks-sizzling-hot-faraday-dress/. Also, an instructable, in case you want to make your own!

Man, I remember how proud I was to get an LED blinking with my Arduino.  I feel foolish.

 

Evil Queen of Numeria

In the version of Numeria that has polyester and plastic available to Evil Queens, this is what the Evil Queen wears.

DitaVonTeeseinMichaelSchmidtbyAlbertSanchezYou are looking at exactly what you think you’re looking at: Dita von Teese in a mesh-like 3D printed dress. (Did you really think an Evil Queen of Numeria would choose polyester?)  It was designed by Michael Schmidt and Francis Bitonti  Here’s the press release, complete with more pictures.  Make sure to read the comments about the golden ratio.

Evil Queen of Hoth?

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Pro tip: you’re not supposed to keep wearing the Tauntaun once the danger of hypothermia has passed.

This jumpsuit (yes, jumpsuit!) is from the Chanel Fall 2010 Ready to Wear Collection.  Linky to prove I’m not making this up.