Since we added the Video Game Design category to the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards last year, we’ve begun to discover some of the industry’s future leaders. But we’re not the only ones taking an interest in video games. Recently, fashion brands and independent designers alike have been getting in touch with their inner gamers to create accessories, leggings and even entire lines of clothing. Mix and match your favorite brands with the ghosts of video games past. Here are a few examples!

Stay warm with a Super Mario Brothers’ Princess Peach Scarf, from Urban Princess’ Etsy Shop:

Photo: Urban Princess, Etsy.

Running low on crazy neckwear? Game Tie offers a range of options for discerning gamer.

Classic Games tie, from Game Tie Neckwear.

Space invader-inspired leggings, courtesy of Black Milk Clothing:

Space Invader leggings from Black Milk Clothing.

Not even the runway is safe from video game Pac-Man in Giles Deacon’s Spring/Summer 2009 Collection:

Fashion on The Runway, courtesy of Giles Deacon’s Spring/Summer 2009 Collection.

Mortal Kombat-inspired earrings from the Clay Collection’s Etsy Shop:

Mortal Combat-inspired earrings, the Clay Collection.

Add a swing (or Triforce) to your step with these Legend of Zelda hand-painted shoes from Kyozo Kicks:

Painted shoes, Kyozo Kicks.

And in the UK, video games have even inspired an entire fashion line.

T-shirt, courtesy of Joystick Junkies.

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