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The collection featuring dresses, jackets, blazers, skirts, fashion tees, scarves and brooches.

Her Universe teams with ThinkGeek for Star Trek 50th anniversary fashion collection

Fangirl fashion firm Her Universe has teamed with ‘geek retailer’ ThinkGeek to launch a Star Trek 50th anniversary fashion collection.

Under license by CBS Consumer Products, the collection featuring dresses, jackets, blazers, skirts, fashion tees, scarves and brooches, and the retro-inspired designs feature the Star Trek delta shield, Trek uniform-inspired skirts, stylish Starfleet dresses, bomber jackets, and a Tribble-infused faux fur coat.

"It’s been a dream to collaborate with ThinkGeek on this collection,” said Her Universe founder Ashley Eckstein.

“A fashion collection like this has never been done before for Star Trek, and after 50 years we’re honored to celebrate this iconic franchise in this way. I’m beyond excited to bring fans super stylish yet subtle designs that can be worn to work; geeky blazers, blouses, jackets, dresses and skirts for the win."

Jennifer Yi and Kailey Gallagher, fashion managers at ThinkGeek, added: “At ThinkGeek, we’re passionate about bringing fashion to the geeky masses.

"Working with Her Universe and Ashley to bring this new line of Star Trek apparel to our customers was a fantastic experience, and we can’t wait to collaborate again."

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