A closer look at what some of the lead characters will be wearing aboard the USS Discovery.
These combadges show off an officer's designated rank and division.
The costume team heard you liked combadges, so they put combadges on the uniform fabric.
Yep, there are even more combadges on the boots. (Though we assume these are not actually for communicating, just show.)
A combination of Klingon space suits and battle armor, this will be worn by a unique Klingon appointed as a Torchbearer, an individual given responsibility for a sacred ritual.
And because Klingons will be Klingons, the Torchbearer gets an ornate sword.
These are the robes worn by Spock's father Ambassador Sarek (James Frain) who will play mentor to Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green).
To the right is the clothing worn by the Klingon T'Kuvma (Chris Obi), whose goal in "Discovery" is to unite the great houses and uphold ancient Klingon honor. So there's no way that will run into conflict with Starfleet or anything...
The familiar gadget gets a slightly updated look for "Discovery," though it still looks wonderfully (and appropriately, given this is a prequel) retro.
And what's a communicator without some other tools to complete the set?
The heads-up display for weapons systems, tracking and navigation isn't visible from this perspective, but they'll all be included for Klingon officers in "Discovery."
Because why would they wear something that looked warm and inviting?
Note the attention to detail (and the vaguely Zerg-like vibe).
A new Star Trek series means new phasers, and this revamp doesn't disappoint.
For when your standard phaser just doesn't cut it.
To the left, beside a variety of Klingon weapons and armor, is Starfleet's Long Haul space suit.
To protect against that mystery gun and the phasers, presumably.
In case you can't read the small print, medics are decked out in white on the USS Discovery.
Ceremonial blades, wielded by Klingons in close quarters. As Klingons do.