Crossing over to the dark side.

Words by

Veronica Jenkinson

If you’re not already a Star Wars fan, the latest illustrations from David Murray may just bring you over to the dark side.

Dressed in today’s most recognisable streetwear, some of the more famous Star Wars Universe characters have been given a real-world update.

Each character was paired with some pretty sick outfits based on their skin tone, because colour coordination, guys. All we can say is why don’t they dress like this all the time?

We’ve been treated with Boba Fett in Astrid Andersen, Darth Maul in Givenchy, Chewbacca in Hood By Air, C-3PO in Dries Van Noten, Stormtrooper in Balenciaga, Jar Jar Binks in YEEZY Season 1 and Darth Vader in Craig Green.

[Images via HighSnobiety]

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