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Living Dead Clothing expands BioShock fashion collection with scintillating new pieces

Return to Rapture and Columbia in style with leggings, T-shirts, skaters, and more.

 

Lisa Granshaw

Internet Culture

Published Jul 29, 2016   Updated May 26, 2021, 9:13 am CDT

Australian brand Living Dead Clothing is giving gamers even more fashion options to choose from with the release of a second line inspired by the first-person shooter games BioShock, BioShock 2, and BioShock Infinite

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Following an impressive first fashion collection centered on the series that debuted earlier this year, the company revealed 24 more items Thursday that feature images and characters from the three games.

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Pieces in the collection include dresses, crop tops, T-shirts, and more. Some of the most standout items in the collection are those that can help you cosplay—like the Booker cosplay skater and Elizabeth cosplay skater—though there are also choices for those who just want to show their love for the games, like the Rapture colony tee. There’s even another made-to-order item in the vita chamber catsuit.

“Due to our existing partnerships we knew the cosplay styles would be a huge success within the cosplay communities and we were proud to see so many huge names in cosplay wearing, and loving, the collection,” Living Dead Clothing founder Wade Lange said in a statement. “But we also had feedback from people who ordered from the collection but had never played the games, which is a huge testament to the beauty of the trilogy’s themes and imagery, and we are excited to be able to emulate that within both collections.”

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This second collection, much like the first, includes a range of prices, this time from $36.79 to $97.62, with sizes from extra small to XXL depending on the product. You can check out some items from the line below. The entire collection can be viewed on Living Dead Clothing’s website.

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*First Published: Jul 29, 2016, 1:40 pm CDT