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Star Wars Hits the Runway at NY Fashion Week

by Conner Flynn
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Need some new, high fashion clothes? New York Fashion Week has you covered. Check out these Star Wars outfits seen here modeled by a group of women who don’t look like they’ve eaten a decent meal since 1999. These Star Wars dresses are designed by fashion house Rodarte.
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They are floor-length embroidered gowns featuring the printed likenesses of Luke Skywalker, Master Yoda, C-3PO and R2-D2, Tatooine and the Death Star. Personally, I prefer my X-Wing Fighters going down a Death Star trench, not a runway in New York, but more Star Wars clothes are always welcome, I suppose.

Great show, girls. Now go eat a cracker or two. And just because you regurgitate every meal, that doesn’t mean that you get to be the Sarlacc Pit. Modeling is so silly.

[via Yahoo! Movies via Geekologie]

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