Reel Style: X-Men First Class

Silver lame and futuristic fabrics were all over the runways this season, making summer's newest blockbuster, "X-Men: First Class," spot on trend for the summer.

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Silver lame and futuristic fabrics were all over the runways this season, making summer's newest blockbuster, "X-Men: First Class," spot on trend for the summer.
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This Friday marks the big premiere weekend of "X-Men: First Class," a prequel to the superhero saga of Wolverine and his mutant comrades, which follows Xavier and Magneto's early days as they began to discover their powers.
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James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Rose Byrne and Jennifer Lawrence (playing a young "Mystique") headline the film, which they spend clad in high-tech latex garb.
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Special effects coupled with spectacular futuristic ensembles make the X-Men costumes all the more dazzling.
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At Altuzarra, sporty elastic garb with technical accessories channeled the mutant team's superhero ensembles.
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A futuristic "shark-skin" skirt suit from Armani's spring couture collection wouldn't feel out of place among the film's shiny, futuristic ensembles.
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Of course, the all-time favorite fabric of any worthy superhero is good old fashioned latex, which Ohne Titel expertly incorporated in a sporty spring collection.
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Rad Hourani's severe leather and latex looks would be appropriate on any X-Men super villain. (We think "Cyclops" would probably appreciate those thick visor shades.)
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Shiny silver lame and elastic straps make this Rag & Bone ensemble extremely superhero-chic.
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A laser-cut leather dress by Versace could have walked out of a stylish X-Men battle scene.
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A shiny gold dress by Rodarte has a structured, armor-like shape.
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