When the fashion-forward look for interplanetary inspiration, the results aren’t always out of this world
GENERATION AFTER generation of teenagers has proven that it’s perfectly acceptable, even reasonable, to be fascinated with the outer limits of the known universe without leaving your bedroom. The Mars 500 mission, a simulated isolation experiment to test whether travel to the red planet is psychologically viable, was effectively a six-man, four-year Space Invaders sesh. The truth is, we have no idea what’s really out there. But the fashion world’s interpretation of space exploration suggests silver-clad pixies and Zigg y Stardust glamazons.