Fashion Sensei Says… Nerd Alert! Edition

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After seeing this first event and nearly making an entire post out of it, I decided to have a theme to today’s Fashion Sensei Says.  Enjoy!

Le Geek So Chic…

Hot off the Style.com newswire, Superheros: Fashion and Fantasy is set to go on display May 7th at the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Here’s a sneak peak of what looks to be a fantastic show.

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Every Superhero needs and emblem

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Superman, Queen with Supermen

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When Super Powers Just Aren’t Enough- Body Armor

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Iron Man, Tron

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The Feminine Caped Crusader

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Jane Fonda in Barbarella

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Free For All…

May 3rd is Free Comic Book Day.  Hit your local comic book store to pick up one free comic from a list of titles.  For more information, click here.  Sci-Fi Sensei has been talking about this for weeks and was excited to see this cover to the local entertainment section of the Detroit Free Press today.

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Not A Paper Cup…

From the fabulous Thinking Geek site comes the Not A Paper Cup. This ceramic, thermal java cup is fantastic!

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Beauty and Brains Too…

While toting your new coffee cup, show that you have a dose of brains to go with your astonishing beauty.  The below  Caffeine Babydoll Tee has the molecular structure for your morning buzz.

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I hope you enjoyed this abbreviated Fashion Sensei Says… and getting in touch with your “Inner Geek”.

 

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3 responses to “Fashion Sensei Says… Nerd Alert! Edition

  1. This is so cute! I mean, I tend to find comic book depictions of females to be painfully sexist. But fashion can be, too, so why not camp it up a little? Very nice post.

  2. How did I miss Free Comic Book Day?! Totally did not see it coming until about two days later when EVERYONE started talking about it. Sad Fluvial. 😦

    And I agree…Buttercuppunch is one of the best blogs out there if only for it’s sheer honesty and comedic timing.

  3. Pingback: Costume Institute Gala At The Met- Superhero meets Superstar « Fashion Sensei

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