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WeLoveFine x Marvel: Age of Fashion Collection

WeLoveFine and Marvel have dropped their ‘Age of Fashion’ collection for pre-order today, just in time for Avengers: Age of Ultron.

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The collection features Avengers-centric pieces, that are simple yet fashionably fierce, ranging from $26 to  $36 (USD).

The direction of Geek fashion is constantly evolving, and lately, there’s been a strong push towards diversity and positivity within fandoms, which is certainly the case for this shoot. There was a strong effort to include ladies of different races and backgrounds, as well as body types.

Meet the models:

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Photography: Greg DeStefano
Producer: Meredith Placko
Makeup: Erin Nakashima
Hair: Cici Andersen
Styling: Michelle Nguyen and Yume Lee (of Defective Geeks)
Art Direction: Catherine Elhoffer

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BEHIND THE SCENES!

Defective Geeks’ own Yume Ninja and Michelle “ChubbyBunny” were involved with both styling and modeling this brand new collection of Marvel awesomeness and compiled some cool behind the scenes photos and videos of what goes into this kind of a shoot.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVWTG8c_LSE

for more behind the scenes goodness, continue below!

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The Evolution of Courteney Cox’s Hair Throughout the Scream Movies

I have not yet seen Scream 4, but I am just dying to (har-dee-har) being a fan of scary movies. The other day Dianne and I were discussing the Scream movies and the subject of Courteney Cox’s hair came up. It occurred to us that her hair changes drastically with each movie. Yes, Neve Campbell’s changes as well, but not nearly as much as Miss Cox’s. If one ever wanted to get a soupcon of the trendy hairstyle of the time all one would have to do is see what Courteney Cox’s hair is doing in a Scream movie.

1996

Here we have “The Rachel,” a bouncy bunch of layers that fills me with nostalgia for the 90’s.

1997

Still the 90’s, obviously, and as Dewey says, “Nice streaks.”

2000

Short bangs are never OK, the transition from 90’s to the 0ts.

2011

The currently popular long soft waves look, as seen on many Kardashians.

While writing this I realized that even though Courteney Cox’s hair has evolved, she has barely aged since the first movie. I may or may not be shaking my fist with envy.

The trailer for Scream 4: