More sparkly stars, this time from katespadeny!

Stud earrings (also in rose gold)

Bracelet (also in silver)

Gemini bangle bracelet

The other zodiac signs are available as bangle bracelets as well, but they show the horoscope symbols rather than the constellations (unlike these bowls) so I’ll just highlight the twin stars of Gemini, Castor & Pollux.

Thanks to Dr. Jennifer Golbeck for the star signal!

—Emily

Starstuff Clothing has experienced some unfortunate growing pains as they ramped up their post-kickstarter production, but as I said on twitter:

After 10 months of searching the Universe for startorialist posts, I can say that Starstuff Clothing has some of the most authentic and diverse #AstroFashion out there.

Here are some photos from people who have received their backer rewards to show those of us still waiting what we can look forward to!

Photos via LeikezeAjnin via imgur (first two), Dr. Pauline Barmby (third - she helped BUILD the Spitzer Space telescope instrument that took the images on her socks!), and Koleah (last), who explains:

I’m pointing at a picture of the Orion Nebula in the Hobby Hall at the Washington State Fair, because i thought I was wearing my Orion shirt. But I’m actually wearing my Carina Nebula shirt. Astronomy FAIL.

Don’t worry - if the Universe were perfect, we wouldn’t be here. ;)

—Emily

A.Maz.Ing! #shadowplaynyc #shadowplaynycme #AstroFashion #NebulaDress #MysticMountain #Hubble #Repost from @girl_gone_geek with @repostapp #FGNO was so turnt. http://ift.tt/ZJKv39

Space socks! If they weren’t men’s one size they’d already be on their way to my sock drawer. Someone with bigger feet order these and report back!
—Emily

Space socks! If they weren’t men’s one size they’d already be on their way to my sock drawer. Someone with bigger feet order these and report back!

—Emily

So I know fall just started and all, but I’m already jonesing for spring so I can fill my closet with Diesel’s Spring 2015 RTW collection and rock them Startorialist-style!

- Summer

The “it” is science, right?!
Happy Friday, STARtorialists![x]
—Emily

The “it” is science, right?!

Happy Friday, STARtorialists![x]

—Emily

shadowplaynyc:

Just had an amazing time shooting a video with #STScI for @nasa in celebration of #Hubble’s 25th anniversary! Thank you all for your help! #shadowplaynyc #shadowplaynycme @hannaleah @whangam @thebadmeowmeow @room305nyc shadowplaynyc

STScI is Space Telescope Science Institute, the science headquarters for the Hubble Space Telescope, which was launched in April 1990. There are a lot of awesome events in the works for Hubble’s 25th anniversary next year, starting with Hubble@25 at the Intrepid Sea, Air, & Space Museum in NYC! Hooray shadowplaynyc for being involved in the celebrations!

—Emily

From #TBT to #TPT (Throw Pillow Thursday), now I’m starting #Throwdown Thursday (#TDT) … for rugs! 

These rugs from SCHÖNSTAUB (in English: “beautiful dust”) depict Hubble Space Telescope images of star-forming regions LH 95 in the Large Magellanic Cloud and NGC 346 in the Small Magellanic Cloud. I’m having trouble identifying the last image, although I have suspicions of the Carina Nebula in our own Milky Way Galaxy. I’ll keep looking…

The first and the last styles are also available as bath towels.

Thanks to prohibited-affairs for bringing these to our attention!

—Emily

Rigorous readers already know I watch America’s Next Top Model, and a few weeks ago I was excited to see Will sporting a startorial sweatshirt!

The pocket is the starburst galaxy Messier 82 based on images from the Hubble Space Telescope. It looks like the galaxy on this modcloth dress, and I have a vague memory of seeing the fabric somewhere else, but of course now I can’t find it.

Personally, this is my favorite image of M82. I love images that combine data from non-visible wavelengths, and I’m a sucker for bright colors. But I’m thrilled to see anything astronomical on a fashion show, especially a person as inspiring as Will.

I love the pocket universe trend, too. It’s making me itchy to DIY!

—Emily

gif via top-model