TNT's New Series 'The Last Ship' Inspires Some Eerie Fashion
Break out your oxygen masks: McSteamy is back in action for a sci-fi thriller, and the fashion world is already onboard.
"I never thought starring in The Last Ship would lead to a gas mask fashion show," announced Eric Dane—who will always remain McSteamy, his Grey's Anatomy nickname, in our hearts—to a New York City audience last Thursday evening. Players from the art, fashion and entertainment worlds had assembled in a Chelsea space to watch just that ensue.
In TNT's latest sci-fi thriller, which premiered Sunday night, Dane portrays Captain Tom Chandler, one of the passengers aboard a naval ship that manages to avoid a world catastrophe. The series also stars Rhona Mitra, who plays a scientist investigating the global devastation, and even more eye candy: Hart of Dixie's Travis Van Winkle and Chuck's Adam Baldwin.
Amid an eerie array of one-of-a-kind survival masks, Dane and Mitra introduced a show of 20 couture pieces by Munich-based designer Irene Luft. Her collection was included in the “Survival Is An Art: The Last Ship Experience” pop-up gallery, which also included original art by Tom Banwell, Bob Basset, Singer Blake, Wren Britton, Gary Lockwood and Nathan Vincent. View some of her elaborate pieces below:
Spoiler alert: You probably won't find the characters' in-case-of-emergency accessories quite so extravagant or embellished on the show. Still, catch new episodes of The Last Ship Sunday nights at 9pm on TNT.