This unique Dark Knight costume comes with the following accessories for that truly authentic look.
# Available in Adult sizes: Medium, Large and X-Large.
# Includes: Bodysuit, armor, gauntlets, belt, cape, boot covers and mask.
# This is an officially licensed product from the movie Batman The Dark Knight ™.
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Whether you call him a sasquatch, a bigfoot, or a yeti, the Adult Abominable Snowman Costume is a thing that strikes fear in the hearts of men the world over. But whether he???s skulking through the Pacific Northwest or terrorizing sherpas in the Himalayas, he???s a crypto-monster that???s also loved. In the pantheon of crypto-zoology, this costume fists right in between the Loch Ness Monster and the Chupacabra.This full Adult Abominable Snowman Costume includes a faux fur jumpsuit (with chest piece???the Snowman works out), gloves, shoe covers, and a full head mask. It also has the added benefit of blending into the snowy mountains that this monster calls home.
Check out our great display of Sexy Adult Halloween Costumes at www.worldofadultcostumes.com. We have costumes for Men, Women, and Children. You can use your imagination and be anything you would like for Halloween. Need a costume for a party? We have it! Enjoy the video for some great costume ideas! Video Rating: 5 / 5
Milan Men’s Fashion Week Fall 2011 on FTV.com fashiontv C’N'C Costume National Backstage On the mood board for Ennio Capasa’s new collection was a photo of James Chance, the New York no-waver who combined the style of Frank Sinatra with the attitude of Johnny Rotten. In other words, the perfect poster boy for Capasa’s theme rebel tailoring. The designer took a scalpel—or rather, a laser—to menswear classics like the black trench composed of three layers of fabric that, when laser-cut, left a striking rim of red thread as a graphic outline against the black. Other hems were left raw and singed by the laser’s kiss. Capasa is mesmerized by experimental techniques. He dispensed with stitched seams in favor of heat-sealed bonding, and sliced and diced clothes together. That meant the wool sleeves of a loden coat were replaced by khaki leather, while quilted motocross detailing was hybridized into a cardigan. And the designer did away with shirts and ties altogether in favor of punky striped mohair sweaters. The rawness and urgency worked wonders for the collection, which has lately felt like it was drifting a little too far from Costume National’s original appeal. Take the tuxedo jacket on today’s runway: A staple of the house, it was reconfigured here in knit with a black leather lapel and modeled by Capasa’s son. In March, the designer launches his new venture EEQUAL—120 stores in collaboration with Italy’s Gruppo Coin. Selling eight collections a year, it will be, he says … Video Rating: 5 / 5