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The Hellfire Gala: Fans submit their looks

AIPT readers show off their most fashionable Hellfire Gala ensembles.

The Hellfire Gala has begun! The bar is open, the fireworks are ready, and everybody is wearing their most head-turning outfit. Of course, AIPT had to get in on the action. We asked X-Men readers to submit their own Hellfire Gala looks as part of the celebration–whether that be of themselves, their favorite characters, or their original creations.

We have had some amazing responses, and we are delighted to share them with everyone. Without further ado, here are the designs for characters, and themselves, that people came up with:

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Eri Figueredo’s Darwin fan-design

The Hellfire Gala: Fans submit their looks

“Mysterious and reflexive after your Vault experience”

By: Eri Figueredo (He/Him)
Social Media Handle: @erifigueredo


Kameron Youngblood’s ‘mutantsona’, Darque

The Hellfire Gala: Fans submit their looks

“A full spread of Darque in a decidedly mutant X-semble.”

Social Media Handle: @vyrkolach (Twitter)
By: Kameron Youngblood (He/Him)

Saly’s fiery ‘Hot Shot’

The Hellfire Gala: Fans submit their looks

“This is what I would wear to the Hellfire Gala. I use my own clothes as a base so most of the outfit is simple yet elegant. The cape is here to elevate the whole look. “Hot Shot” is my mutant name.”

By: Saly (she/her)
Social Media Handle: @LockheartSaly

Angel Alexander’s celebration mix

The Hellfire Gala: Fans submit their looks

“One-part Vertigo (OG Hellion); One-part Abigail Brand ( S.W.O.R.D); One-part Rupaul’s Drag Race, and shake vigorously in a Hellfire Gala cocktail shaker!”

By: Angel Alexander (they/them)
Social Media Handle: @NYCANGEL6972

Spencer Davis’s alternate Wolverine concept

The Hellfire Gala: Fans submit their looks

“My fan-design for Wolverine’s Hellfire Gala look. Here, Wolverine is wearing alternative attire, were he a main attendee of the Gala.”

By: Spencer Davis

Social Media Handle: @spiralshark

Jamyr Laroche’s self-designed Gala guest

The Hellfire Gala: Fans submit their looks

“My original mutant character with a list of their powers/abilities.”

By: Jamyr Laroche (he/him)

Social Media Handle: @a.r.tJam

Gabe Phayt’s stylish Stryfe

The Hellfire Gala: Fans submit their looks

“Fan design for Stryfe, Chaos Bringer, Scion of the Dark Lord.”

By: Gabe Phayt (He/Him)

Social Media Handle: @kingbearart

 

Joshua Bruckner’s X-alter ego, ‘Swarm’

The Hellfire Gala: Fans submit their looks

“Swarm has the power to communicate with and control insects, and borrow their adaptations with a touch. I’m dressed like a glittering beetle, cape included, and wearing insects as living jewelry. Butterflies and moths hold up the cape, bees form a necklace, and a Hercules beetle acts as the centerpiece. Note how the cape and outfit form a subtle X shape in the front.”

By: Joshua Bruckner (He/Him)

Social Media Handle: @sirjoshington (Twitter), @joshington_bear (Instagram)

 

Caleb Warren’s and Molly Slaughter’s astonishing colab

The Hellfire Gala: Fans submit their looks

“Drawing is of me in a dress I designed, art by artist Molly Slaughter.”

By: Caleb Warren (He/Him/Any pronouns) and Molly Slaughter.

Social Media Handles: @jcalebwarren (Twitter), calebwarren (Instagram)/ @_mosla_ (Instagram)

Rosimar’s Magneto accompaniment

The Hellfire Gala: Fans submit their looks

“A simple outfit intended to match and highlight Magneto.”

By: Rosimar (they/them)

Social Media Handle: @optyck

 

Josh March’s 80’s-inspired piece

The Hellfire Gala: Fans submit their looks

“80s romantic camp with a touch of modern witch, expect lots of gesturing.”

By: Josh Marsh (they/them)

Social Media Handle: @John_faun

Ally’s Hellfire experience

“I’d like to think my Hellfire Gala experience goes as so: I turn up, feeling good ready to party. Then, the inevitable drama happens, and I look on gobsmacked. By the end of the night, I am stood in the corner, witnessing the inevitable tension that comes with any mass X-gathering.”

By: Ally Iciek (She/Her)

Social Media Handle: chickpea_trash

And that’s a wrap on your wonderful submission for the Hellfire Gala! Don’t forget to check out X-Men Monday where X-Men Senior Editor Jordan D. White answers your fan questions. He’s already begun answering them in this week’s first round of Hellfire Gala answers.

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