Fan Art Fashion Spreads for the X-Men Make Us Want to Walk the Runway

Your eyes do not deceive you. That is Wolverine… in Dolce & Gabana underthings. He seems to be very pleased with this turn of events, going by his absolutely fierce pose. We know, Logan, we know. We’re impressed too.

Artist Kevin Wada has created an entire set of fan art that features the X-Men (and a few other Marvel characters for fun) in high fashion magazine spreads. They’re mesmerizing. They make us wish we currently had a closet to raid, so we could do our own fabulous photoshoot.

As David Bowie would rightly say: Turn to the left! Turn to the right!

 

Here are some fabulous ladies in the style of a Vanity Fair spread. From left to right we’ve got: Rogue, Ms. Marvel. Emma Frost, Polaris, Storm, Psylocke, and Sage:

Kevin Wada, X-Men fashion spreads, Rogue, Ms. Marvel. Emma Frost, Polaris, Storm, Psylocke, and Sage

 

Kitty Pryde. Can we have a dress with a cat on the back? Is that something we can demand?

Kevin Wada, X-Men fashion spreads, Kitty Pryde

 

Rather than your typical Jean Grey/Scott Summers couple shot, we’ve got something even more fun—it’s Hulkling and Wiccan, and Rictor and Shatterstar. Four fellas all looking various levels of fabulous with their various significant others:

Kevin Wada, X-Men fashion spreads, Hulkling, Wiccan, Rictor, Shatterstar

 

Here we’ve got this perfect 80s punk vibe going on with an all-lady X shot—check out Storm’s perfect hair. Psylocke’s hair! EVERYONE’S HAIR:

Kevin Wada, X-Men fashion spreads, Psylocke, Storm, Rogue

 

And finally, because nothing is complete without our favorite villain wearing something dapper… here’s Magneto. Feast your eyes:

Kevin Wada, X-Men fashion spreads, Magneto

 

There’s so much more over at Wada’s DeviantArt page, so be sure to check it out. We’re awed.

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