Rodarte's Star Wars Couture Dumbfounds, Charms Fashionistas Everywhere

Each season, Fashion Week brings us at least one gem of a collection that rides the line between genius and mind boggling. This year, Rodarte brought Star Wars to the runway and us to our knees in a combination of confusion and joy. We knew celestial fashion was trendy, but the Mulleavy's Fall collection took us to a galaxy far, far away. Feel free to break out your inner fangirl for September, because The Force is with this spacey collection.

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Rodarte Fall 2014

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C3Po brings technology — and grecian draping — into fashion with this floaty dress.

Rodarte Fall 2014

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Now, you can wear your philosophical inner Yoda on your sleeve… literally.

Rodarte Fall 2014

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All you need is a light saber to go with this moody Luke Skywalker dress.

Rodarte Fall 2014

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Orbit the moon in this asymmetric black and purple number.

Rodarte Fall 2014

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We’re thinking the Mulleavy sisters were inspired by the romantic Padmer in Attack of the Clones (that’s Natalie Portman to those Trekkies out there) in designing this sheer floral number.

Rodarte Fall 2014

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Start an interplanetary conflict in this bohemian, paneled pink floral dress.

Rodarte Fall 2014

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We could see one of Queen Amidala’s elegant attendants wearing this beaded chiffon dress.