The answer is out there, Neo
Neo was my first crush, hailing from the obsession we had with The Matrix when it first came out in ’99. I remember visiting the local videostore every weekend begging them to let us buy one of their huge posters. Eventually it hanged neatly on the wall of our pre-teen room.
Months later, Elli wrote an environmental article in the school paper where she quoted the now classic dialogue between Agent Smith and Morpheus, comparing the human pattern to that of a virus. I sat in the board and made sure it was published. It wasn’t recieved as well as expected by our fellow peers who, oddly enough, didn’t seem to appreciate being compared to viruses.
Nonetheless, to this day it remains one of the most significant visual experiences of our lives as it helped shape our whole aesthetic. Finding a vinyl suit like this (pants from H&M, jacket from Cheap Monday) truly ignites our Trinity-hearts.