Please Paizo, Move up the release date of Hell’s Rebels. Gareth Pugh needs rescuing.
You may remember my theory that based on his Spring 2015 collection, the Hell’s Rebels AP was going to center around rescuing Gareth Pugh from the Chelaxians.
Well, he just released his Fall 2015 collection, and it looks like he’s still trapped in Cheliax, working for House Thrune.
He has shown in the past that he can dress a wider variety of Golarian inhabitants.
He can dress the Kellid and The Technic League
(Spring 2008, Spring 2014)
And Enora and Seltyiel.
(Fall 2013, Spring 2013)
He must be returned to wider Golarion!
The Kellid people of Numeria pose an interesting fashion challenge. On the one hand, they dress in natural hides and leathers. On the other, they have a frikken space ship crashed in their back yard. They’re known to distrust magic, but do they distrust technology as well?
Nicholas K (this one is from Fall 2013, Ready to Wear) works as well for the Kellid of Numeria as for the Kellid of Realm of the Mammoth Lords, like Amiri.
Are the Kellid who live close to the Silver Mount influenced by its fashion? As a spaceship, presumably it has clothes inside. Do the Kellid and/or Technic League raid it for complete clothes, for materials to make clothes from, or let it alone (sartorially speaking)?
I kind of got attached to the idea of the Kellid gathering bits of detritus from the wreckage and having no use for it as technology, weaving into their clothing as adornment. (Cliche, but there you have it)
(Alexander McQueen Spring 2014 Ready to Wear, Lanvin Spring 2011 Ready to Wear, Lanvin Fall 2009 Ready To Wear)
Easiest DTI post ever. I found this image when I was looking for something else and it screamed Amiri.
Nicholas K Fall 2014. She’s even got the right hair.
The rest of the collection works equally well, it seems designed specifically for nomadic people in the freezing Realm of the Mammoth Lords who want to wear all their clothes at the same time, and still show off their abs.
Since this one was so easy, the Pinterest page is sad and lonely. But it’s there for completeness.