Living Dead Clothing launches shiny new ‘Firefly’ fashion collection

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Fans of the TV show Firefly are no closer to receiving new episodes of the sci-fi cult classic, but loyal Browncoats will at least be able to continue showing their support for the series in style thanks to a new fashion collection.

Australian brand Living Dead Clothing launched the officially licensed line—featuring a wide range of items, from rainmakers and leggings to dresses and tees—on Monday. In addition to more commonplace clothes, there are also unique pieces like a bodysuit and a kimono. The company, which is best known for making women’s clothes, also included menswear for the first time. There are also great options for easy cosplaying, like Mal leggings and a Zoe skater dress.

Each piece features imagery and wording that will be familiar to Firefly fans. Sizes range from XS to XXXL and prices range from $35.82 to $75.22.

Living Dead Clothing

Living Dead Clothing

This collection is the second collaboration between Living Dead Clothing and 20th Century Fox. Previously, the two worked together on a Simpsons line.

Firefly has such a massive cult following and I have had fans asking about a Firefly collection for years so there is no doubt that they will love it just as much as they did our Simpsons and Marvel collections,” Living Dead Clothing owner Wade Lange said in a statement.

This collection, similar to the Simpsons one, will apparently be the first of multiple Firefly lines from the apparel company.

Living Dead Clothing

Living Dead Clothing

Living Dead Clothing

Living Dead Clothing

Living Dead Clothing

Photo via Living Dead Clothing

Lisa Granshaw

Lisa Granshaw

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.