This Is What Five Decades Of Star Trek Fashion Looks Like
To boldly go where no costume has gone before...
Star Trek: Costumes, a new book published by Insight Editions, offers an unprecedented look into the fashions from the Final Frontier...
Over 254 pages of this book draws from the entire franchise–all twelve films and six TV series–to explore the exotic and memorable costumes from one of the most iconic adventures in entertainment history. The book features a treasure trove of interviews, exclusive photography, rare concept art, and iconic film stills from over five decades of Star Trek.
To the left, this little red dress launched a hundred thousand teenaged fantasies—and several NASA careers. To the right, Kirk’s elegant civilian clothes, said Fletcher, reflect a man “who likes luxury, a man with an ego.”
To the left, the simple lines of Ilia’s high-necked tunic formed a perfect frame for the smooth silhouette of actress Persis Khambatta’s shaved head. To the right, a rear view of Khan’s distinctive jacket.
To the left, Blackman’s design for Kirk’s wardrobe in the Nexus. To the right, concept art shows that Worf’s R’uustai robe is an all-purpose ceremonial garment.