By Kathryn VanArendonk

Kathryn VanArendonk wasn’t allowed unfettered access to television as a child, and it has had a predictable boomerang effect in her adult life. You can find her TV writing at Vulture and Ars Technica. She also teaches English, wrangles a toddler, and glares at her cats.

  1. This is what nuclear wasteland fashion should be - classic, stunning, thoughtful. The muted palette is practical without being dull, and incorporates a pop of color on that gorgeous weapon belt. The athletic shoulders and breastplate have a vicious, metallic-studded twist.

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