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    Carrie-Anne Moss "Trinity" costume created for The Matrix Revolutions. Carrie-Anne Moss "Trinity" costume created for The Matrix Revolutions. (Warner Bros., 2003) By the 3rd entry in the blockbuster Matrix franchise, The Matrix Revolutions, the sleek, sharp and sexy fashion of the universe of these films had permeated pop-culture. This (2) piece "Trinity" costume consists of (1) PVC coated, stretch spandex, ski-bib style jumper with front zipper closure to be worn under (1) floor-length skirted, PVC-coated spandex paneled, fitted trench coat with front zipper closure. All garments are made to have the Matrix signature patent-leather, snug-fit appearance. Both garments retain bias labels, pants with "Carrie Anne Beauty #2" and coat with "Trin Fit 2" handwritten. Due to the fragile nature of PVC coatings on stretch fabric, surviving articles of Matrix costumes are hard to find in good condition. These garments are in very fine condition, having been carefully archived by the studio. Accompanied with an original Warner Bros. Studios Certificate of Authenticity.

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    July, 2013
    28th Sunday
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