Her Universe Launches ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Fashion Line, Includes Menswear

Posted by April 26, 2018 Comment

Fashion brand Her Universe is doing something they haven’t tackled yet: menswear. Included in their next fandom line (it’s Solo: A Star Wars Story), are some pieces made for men. That’s not to say that previous items from the brand haven’t been unisex, but this is the first time they’re marketing items for men.

The official press release reads:

Get ready to board the Millennium Falcon in retro style. Her Universe launches today a new Solo: A Star Wars Story Collection featuring 70’s inspired fashions for everyone including cosplay pieces for men and a full unisex “Kessel Crew” tracksuit. Designed with 70’s style silhouettes and retro patterns featuring the Millennium Falcon and other Star Wars motifs, Solo marks the debut of the new Our Universe Men’s Collection. Women’s fashions include flowy tops, bell bottoms and dresses, all with retro patterns.

Here’s a look at the line (all photos courtesy of Her Universe):

The retro feel is strong with this line, obviously. The bellbottoms alone just scream Star Wars opening weekend photos. The track suits with the rainbow stripes too — I feel like we’ve seen these things on That ’70s Show on Jackie and Kelso.

But also THOSE LANDO CAPES. Yes, bring back men’s capes as a true fashion statement. Much smooth. So attitude.

The Solo: A Star Wars Story line is available now at Hot Topic, Her Universe, and BoxLunch stores.

Disney’s Solo solo film starring Alden Ehrenreich as the (in)famous galactic smuggler opens in theaters on May 25th, 2018.

(Last Updated April 26, 2018 2:56 pm )

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