Martian Looks For Fall Inspired by the Curiosity Rover

The Curiosity has us contemplating life on other planets—and, of course, their intergalactic fashion taste.

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Designers also seemed to contemplate the Great Unknown this fall with Martian-looking ensembles. If Curiosity encounters any new life forms, we won't be half surprised if they're sporting this sharp, angular look by Gareth Pugh.
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Lanvin's jagged bobs and futuristic silhouettes had a distinctly "Star Trek" vibe. We think Spock himself would approve of this smart blue overcoat and waist-cinching belt.
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Of course, Alexander McQueen was lightyears ahead of the pack with these fluffy feathered creations and jet black visors.
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Gucci's menacing black capes and shiny boots would come in handy for protecting oneself against harsh alien environments.
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Likewise, Alexander Wang's armor-like overcoats and mesh face masks had a mysterious, otherworldly appeal.
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Fendi's paneled crop tops and structured silhouettes had a futuristic, techie vibe paired with long messy braids and shock-white eye makeup.
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Thierry Mugler's futuristic fur looks in icy white would evoke an alien army on some distant, snow-covered planet.
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Similarly, long-haired models dripping with straightened fur and leather leggings at Gaultier had a ferocious, warrior-woman look.
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Covered in swirls of burnt gold fringe, this outrageous gown from Viktor & Rolf wouldn't look half bad with a space helmet.
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