Data can be seen wearing the vest and shirt in the film once Lilly (Alfre Woodard) shoots Data with the machine gun as he drops down into the Phoenix launch silo.
The 21st century away team costume consists of a long sleeved, brown, button front shirt with a fine black zigzag pattern, and a quilted green zip front vest with red leather strips affixed over both shoulders and multiple ‘bullet holes’ on both the front and rear. The vest has some distressing/wear present from the production including dried gold.
The pyrotechnic is still visible inside. The piece is very heavy, containing numerous metal plate backings behind the charges to prevent any harm from befalling Brent Spiner as they exploded, and also retains many wires that at some point were connected to an explosive detonator. The sewn-in tag reads "No. 25297-I", "Name Brent Spiner" and "Chest 40 1/2".
|The pyrotechnic is still visible.|
Data´s 21st century away team costume was designed by Deborah Everton In 1997, the costume designer won a Saturn Award for Best Costumes from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films for her work on First Contact. Before becoming a costume designer, Everton was a costume supervisor on The Terminator. Her first film as costume designer was 1988's Bad Dreams, a horror thriller starring Richard Lynch and Harris Yulin. She worked on several more projects for that film's director, Andrew Fleming, including The Craft (1996) and Dick (1999, starring Kirsten Dunst, Teri Garr, and Saul Rubinek). After First Contact, she would again work with that movie's director, Jonathan Frakes, on his 2002 science fiction adventure movie Clockstoppers and an episode of the ABC series Masters of Science Fiction entitled "The Discarded" (written by Harlan Ellison).
Everton's other costume design credits include films like The Abyss, Highlander II: The Quickening and the pilots for TV sci-fi hits The X-Files and Earth 2. She also designed the costumes for Ronald D. Moore's re-imagined Battlestar Galactica mini-series. (Source: Memory-Alpha.org).
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