Dress The Iconics — Crowe

Crowe is the new Bloodrager iconic.

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Chanel Fall 2008 Couture

The literal interpretation of Crowe’s look comes from Chanel. Because isn’t that what you think of when you think of raging barbarian? Actually, some of Lagerfeld’s recent work with the line has brought out the raging barbarian in some (he’s responsible for the Evil Queen of Hoth insanity), so it may be an appropriate choice after all.  The dress is grey and linear sort of evokes Crowe’s lamellar armour.  (Chanel Fall 2008 couture)

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Diana Eng 2010

 

A big feature in Crowe’s story is the occurance of violent storms that accompany his rages.  Here’s a lightening storm in dress form, courtesy of Diana Eng. (Too literal?)

 

 

 

croweRodarte gave me the most Shoanti looking thing I found.  The styling helps a lot with that, this was probably chosen as much for the clothes as for the fake tats. Rodarte Spring 2010, Ready to Wear.

 

 

 

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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.