Before there were LED light-up bodysuits and and the remake of Tron, there was futuristic, cyber-inspired runway fashion. Discover fashion's love affair of the unknown from these 25 out-of-this-world looks.
1. Gareth Pugh, spring 2009
While it may not have caught on as a top trend that season, android-angular is a timeless silhouette.
2. Manish Arora, fall 2008
Intergalactic gladiator never looked so good.
3. Giles, spring 2010
If this dress were available for purchase on Second Life, you know all the fashion girls would flock to make their avatars ASAP.
4. Balenciaga, fall 2005
Ghesquière's was secretly hoping to be called on as costume designer of the Tron remake when he sent this design down the runway.
5. Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture, fall 2009
In this couture show, Jean Paul Gaultier based each look on a Hollywood character. This little number could work well for Linda Harrison in Planet of the Apes 2088.
6. Christian Dior Haute Couture, spring 2004
John Galliano was dreaming of what a cyborg would look like if she were taking fashion advice from Nefertiti.
7. Pam Hogg, fall 2009
This foiled body suit deserves its own David Bowie ballad.
8. Alexander McQueen, spring 2010
If this is what everyone looked like in outer space…how do we get there?
9. Manish Arora, spring 2010
A light-up cage top and paillette ombré pants is the perfect day-to-night ensemble in cyberworld.
10. Zucca, fall 2009
All the pockets would be useful to carry your space ice cream while floating around.
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