- Caroline Calloway says she plans to campaign for Bernie Sanders Tuesday 6:23 PM
- Justin Bieber, Snoop Dogg, millions of others sign petition to make Kobe Bryant new NBA logo Tuesday 5:39 PM
- No, Lana Del Rey did not cry because Billie Eilish won album of the year Tuesday 4:48 PM
- People are exposing their eyeballs to phone flash for this TikTok challenge Tuesday 3:55 PM
- Watch Mike Bloomberg try to shake a dog’s mouth Tuesday 3:41 PM
- ‘Rey who?’ is the funniest meme to emerge from ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ Tuesday 3:30 PM
- AI beat the CDC to the punch on coronavirus warnings Tuesday 3:21 PM
- What exactly is a ‘large boulder the size of a small boulder’? Tuesday 2:49 PM
- Mom of ‘Success Kid’ says Steve King can’t use her son’s meme for ‘repulsive’ campaign Tuesday 2:00 PM
- Jake Paul can’t escape Logan Paul’s shadow—even if that loyalty has hurt his career Tuesday 1:13 PM
- Kobe Bryant’s Oscar-winning ‘Dear Basketball’ is now available to stream for free (updated) Tuesday 12:21 PM
- ‘Joker’ ad compares Todd Phillips to Gandhi Tuesday 12:10 PM
- Mom learned about her special needs son’s abuse by seeing TikTok video Tuesday 11:21 AM
- Influencer gets revenge on her male trolls with Instagram account Tuesday 10:32 AM
- Conservatives are frothing over a Ukraine joke told on CNN Tuesday 10:26 AM
Black Milk Clothing debuts ‘Game of Thrones’ collection
Black Milk Clothing has done it again.
If you’re a Black Milk Clothing fan, then you better be following them on Pinterest. The Australian retailer has revealed yet another fandom collection on the virtual pinboard site. Their entire Game of Thrones line, along with prices, was shared for the first time on a board Tuesday.
The collection, which Black Milk teased last year, includes the usual styles of leggings, shooters, swimsuits, and spandex dresses while continuing the new trend seen in their last few pop culture lines of less-fitted options like skater dresses and skater skirts. Similar to their last release of Batman-themed clothes, there are some more subtle items in the mix.
At the rate Black Milk is releasing their pop culture-themed collections, they’re becoming a must-watch online fandom fashion retailer—despite their typical high prices.
The entire Game of Thrones line will be available for purchase on March 11 at 9 a.m. AEST, but if you can’t wait for a peek at what you can wear from Westeros here’s a sampling of the collection:
Lisa Granshaw reports on pop culture and geek fashion and is the founder of GeekFold. You can find her work on Syfy, Boing Boing, and Geek and Sundry.