It appears to be based on either a Kimono, an outfit worn by natives of Japan, or a Hanfu, an outfit worn by the Chinese (pre-17th century). The dress is made of dark blue silk and has a pale blue/pink/teal floral/butterfly pattern. The apron has no pockets but is edged with a Chinese blue pattern and sports the astronomical signs of Uranus and Pluto. The dress's neck is high, and the edges of the collar fold over one another after the manner of a kimono, which is closed by place one side of the robe over the other. The collar is edged in ruffles. The bow is replaced with a sashi (or obi) that parts with an Oni mask in the center. The silk is said to be made of Caterpillar's very own silk. Alice's Omega necklace is also made out of green jade and wears pink and white striped armwarmers, in addition to her usual tights and boots.
The bow is extremely similar to that of the original Hollow Yves design with some minor differences. The most notable is that the bow is not tied in its regular fashion and is much larger due to the fact the bow is based on that of a kimono bow (and therefore is larger in size and more exaggerated). This time, the Hollow Yves skull takes a green color palette while the bow itself is two shades of pink, and has two bows instead of one. The sash is tied with two cords, in blue and teal/green. The face of the Hollow Yves is similar to an Oni mask rather than a skull, and is possibly suppose to represent the theme of jade seen throughout the level.
- Uranus - symbol for the planet Uranus; represents the letter "H" taken from the discoverer's last name, Herschel (in astronomical terms) and means "The circle of spirit and a dominant cross of matter, in form of an antenna that uses matter as a way to insight." It could also represent a personification of the sky, or god of the heavens, and son/husband of Gaea and father of the Titans in ancient Greek mythology.
- Pluto - symbol for the dwarf planet Pluto; represents a modification to Neptune's astrological symbol (in astronomical terms) and means "Mind transcending matter to reach for divine spirit." It could also represent the god of the Underworld, brother of Zeus and husband of Persephone, Hades in ancient Greek mythology.