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Now that Tron is out in theaters, comedy site Videogum attempts to explain the movie's style: "With high-end ultra-hip downtown retailer Opening Ceremony collaborating with the makers of the movie on an ultra-haute, ultra-exclusive line of limited edition clothing to coincide with the movie’s release, you know that other chic laser-tag-istas everywhere will be taking trendspiration from Tron: Legacy's cold, neon computer generated aesthetic, even if that aesthetic is more or less that of a candy raver rolling in a dorm room equipped with a blacklight with a glow-in-the-dark pacifier hanging round her neck debating the relative merits of Goa Trance over Happy House." For more tips on how to be a "Tronsvestite," click through. [Videogum]