Illustration for article titled Zany X-Men fashions turn Magneto into a preening popinjay

We've been enjoying the heck out of Kevin Wada and Max Wittert's X-Men clothing line (previously: 1, 2) — these drawings transform Marvel Comics' strangest superteam into a collective of blasé performance artists who blow Xavier's endowment on smart drinks imported from the farthest reaches of the Shi'ar Empire.

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Here's Wada and Wittert's latest batch of mutant raiments. I want Moonstar's shoes in loafer form. Also, Jeanne-Marie and Jean-Paul Beaubier need to record a yé-yé single produced by Sébastien Tellier. Big ups to Cortexiphansession.

Illustration for article titled Zany X-Men fashions turn Magneto into a preening popinjay

Magneto

Illustration for article titled Zany X-Men fashions turn Magneto into a preening popinjay
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Danielle Moonstar

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Bishop

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Scarlet Witch

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Nightcrawler

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Aurora and Northstar

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Ms. Marvel (she hung out with the X-Men during the early 1980s Chris Claremont era.)

Illustration for article titled Zany X-Men fashions turn Magneto into a preening popinjay
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Dead Girl (of The X-Statix)

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