Sanya Hays was the costume designer on the film, and worked with several other concept artists to develop the look of what we saw on-screen. These first couple of images looking at Jaylah come from Christian Cordella:
Jaylah's associates on Altamid are the subjects of the next couple of concepts by Phillip Boutte Jr., who described the brief when posted these on his Instagram:
The key for all of these guys was to make each one unique and special. Sanja had various silhouettes picked out and we tried several before getting here.
Elsewhere on Altamid, there are some even less friendly aliens. This early and very organic take on one of the swarm soldiers comes from Alan Villanueva.
The more familiar robotic look that came later is shown here, again from Christian Cordella, who also worked on Manas.
Meanwhile in bright and optimistic Yorktown, Keenser had some cracking shirts to choose from! Again illustrated here by Cordella.
We have some familiar yet very varied options for the Vulcans from Cordella too:
And lots of exotic options for some of the other aliens:
Moving on to Starfleet looks, here's some of the work by Christian Cordella on the survival suits, as seen on Kalara and Kirk here:
The final form of that design is also now available to order from costume replica makers Anovos. With their typically high fidelity reproductions you can get a really good look at the design in the images they have released. Speaking to StarTrek.com about the jacket, Anovos' Maegen Hensley summarised what a complex design it was:
The Survival Jacket appears fairly complex, but it's actually very highly complex. Not only were we sourcing over seven different fabrics used for this jacket ranging from a cotton duck to polyester to china silk, but we had fabric that was screen printed as well as a specialty vinyl for the pipping. The original jacket also utilized mixed media elements including rubber, plastic, and metal. We feel our attention to detail for this piece was extremely high and the fit is perfect. Even though this ornate costume stands in contrasts to the typically understated look of Starfleet's uniforms, fans will see after the movie that it fits within the context of the story.
Several other Starfleet uniforms appeared int he film. My favourite of which is the Enterprise-era USS Franklin uniform. Illustrated here by Cordella once more, as is the Yorktown uniform below.
Last but not least, the main Enterprise uniform got a make-over too. One I really like. Phillip Boutte Jr. worked on this design:
You can get a really good look at this uniform too, thanks to an excellent video from Tested. Among the details noted is the surprising way the insignia badge is attached:
As I've previously reported, Anovos are also releasing replicas of the Enterprise-style uniforms. But if that's a little out of your price range, then Rubies Costumes have the solution, with their recently released new range of Star Trek Beyond costumes. The shirt is available in Kirk, Spock, and Scotty styles, while the dress version has just an Uhura option.
Anovos have also released childrens (Keenser-sized) versions, also in Kirk, Spock, and Scotty. They have plans for a mini-Uhira too, but that doesn't seem to have made it to market yet.
More work from the artists featured on this page can be seen on the website of Christian Cordella, Instagram for Phillip Boutte Jr., and the Facebook page of Alan Villanueva.
Plus you can find the full range of Star Trek Beyond uniform replicas on Anovos' website, and Rubies costumes available via Amazon.
To keep track of all the latest information on Star Trek Beyond, including more behind the scenes coverage, visit my Star Trek Beyond guide page.