There was an amazing all-Lego dress at Comic-Con, and now we want one for ourselves
Just take a look at this epic fashion statement in all its glory.
Want to see my LEGO dress up close? Come to the @entertainmentweekly Con-X stage TODAY at 4:30 at the Embarcadero where @nathansawaya @andrewmaclaine and I will be doing an interview about this dress! Plus I will be signing Ahsoka autographs afterwards! Hope to see you there! #sdcc ( by @kelseyedwardsphoto )
A photo posted by Ashley Eckstein (@heruniverse) on Jul 22, 2016 at 9:35am PDT
Made out of 10,000 LEGOs and designed with a proud picture of her Ashoka Tano character (from the Clone Wars animated series), it has to be one of the most unique outfits in all of the galaxies near and far.
A photo posted by Nathan Sawaya (@nathansawaya) on Jul 21, 2016 at 10:04pm PDT
The dress was designed by masterminds (and obviously Master Builders) Nathan Sawaya and Andrew MacLaine. And, from the looks of it, was actually pretty practical to walk around in (maybe not go for a long run but, you know, at least make an memorable appearance around Comic-Con).
So....in case you haven't heard, I wore an Ahsoka Tano LEGO couture dress tonight @comic_con made out of 10,000 LEGO bricks and was designed and made by @nathansawaya and @andrewmaclaine Amazing Ahsoka Tano hair and make-up by @jenb_hair #heruniversefashionshow #sdcc
A photo posted by Ashley Eckstein (@heruniverse) on Jul 21, 2016 at 11:37pm PDT
Eckstein was positively beaming as she walked around Comic-Con in her spectacularly personalized dress.
Even some of the fans who took time to make their own custom outfits had to stop and get pictures with this unbelievable LEGO dress.
My friend @smitchnmice made a dress for the Fashion Show at #SDCC out of our Her Universe purple bags!!! It was even bedazzled! This was a first and I am so honored she would make this dress! @comic_con #heruniversefashionshow
A photo posted by Ashley Eckstein (@heruniverse) on Jul 26, 2016 at 6:06am PDT
No word yet if more dresses like this are going to become readily available (for like a happy hour fashion statement or something). But if this becomes a trend (and we very much hope it does), please sign us up!
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