The Thirteenth Doctor’s companions might not have been totally convinced by her fashion choices in last weekend’s Doctor Who series premiere, but lots of fans think she’s got a – wait for it – brilliant eye for the lewks.
Not wanting to waste any time, the science fiction franchise is launching a fashion capsule inspired by all eras of Who-story. It seems fittingly eclectic that that this range will exclusively be available at Selfridges, London.
The Beeb has teamed up with British designers Fyodor Golan and Alex Monroe for a five-piece streetwear set that will range in price from £110 to £195, and will be on sale in Selfridges from October 16.
This capsule includes a holographic Dalek shirt, and a jewellery set inspired by the accessories that Jodie Whittaker’s 13th Doctor wears in the new series. It includes a replica of the cuff that costs £135, a companion single-stud earring for £75 and a galaxy in-line necklace for £150.
Couple all these items with your new Doctor Who Barbie and your Thirteenth Doctor Sonic Screwdriver, and you’ll be ready to fight the Cybermen yourself!
Any fan will know how important The Doctor’s attire is. Jodie Whittaker recently chatted about how hands-on she was in developing her Doctor Who costume, particularly in picking the different colour variations.
“For me, the most important thing was the use of colour,” she recalled. “Different aspects of the blues to represent the sky. So, the inside lining of the coat is like space and the outside is like [daytime] sky. Things like that!
“I loved referencing the worlds that you’re coming from into the costume, but then it needed to be comfortable. Often with heroic characters, I just think, ‘That looks really sweaty!’ Do you know what I mean? ‘I bet it takes you like an hour to get in that?!’
“Whereas mine is really comfy, and comfy for anyone — boy or girl. Shock, horror!”
The Thirteenth Doctor’s adventures continue next Sunday (October 14) with ‘The Ghost Monument’ on BBC One in the UK and BBC America in the US. Watch a trailer below:
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