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Thank your fairy godmother!
If you’ve been wishing on a star for brand new, stylish Disney apparel, Australian online retailer Black Milk Clothing is about to grant your wish. The company known for its array of geek inspired fashion from Batman to Harry Potter released images of its latest collection Tuesday via Pinterest.
The new Disney-inspired line is called Princesses and Villains. It features 41 printed items ranging from their signature skater dresses to leggings and another 32 designer items that are slightly more subtle in their Disney references. Some of the standout pieces include some pencil skirts—a style we haven’t seen in a geek print for some time—and villains enjoying the spotlight on some designs, a refreshing change from the usual princess, hero images.
The Princesses and Villains collection is set to be released on July 29. See a selection of the line below and view the entire collection on Pinterest.
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.