She was later heard saying this on Fashion Television:
- "Watching the previous ‘Appleseed,’ I thought that the expression of contrast in man and machine, violence and love was wonderful. I designed something contemporary that matches the movie’s feelings."
Two outfits were designed, a cocktail dress and a black jumper, both seen here. Although the clothes were likely inspired by two examples found in a real-world Prada collection ("Metripolitan Armor") that debuted in 2006, a year before the sequel was released, the Appleseed garments are slightly unique in their detailing and as such have never been commercially made outside of CGI.
It's not known whether or not unofficial replicas of the outfits were ever made by fans, or the Japanese cosplay subculture. If anyone knows, please drop me a line on my Talk page.