|To the Moon|
Space artwork from late 19th to early 20th centuries
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- Main article: Dress symbol
- Fire – △ – For drive and to express self and faith.
- Iron – ♂ – Philosophically, iron represents a need to temper primal urges while at the same time embracing the fire within.
The color scheme is very minimal, using black, silver, and white, and has a constant moon and stars design. The dress includes futuristic elements that give the outfit a space traveler or cyborg quality. It has a silver headgear, long gloves, and knee-high boots. The dress's ruffled and striped qualities make it look part machine, as well as the lines in the boots, which look metallic. The neckline of the dress has an Omega symbol on it, and the Vorpal Blade sheath is black with white star and moon patterns on it, and has a black ribbon on its opening.
Hollow Yves lacks his ribbons and is used as a holder for both sides of the silver-white bow at Alice's back.
- The dress only appears in the short film for about two seconds.
- The dress may have been inspired by Verne's novel From Earth to the Moon.
- The design for Alice in space was difficult for the team because there was not that much artwork from the 19th century concerning outer space exploration. Also, original artwork in From the Earth to Moon depicted men wearing seemingly contemporary attire. Therefore, the design was mostly guesswork and inspired by various space artwork from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.