In 1995, Wolfgang Petersen's Hollywood disaster movie, Outbreak, focused on the hyperbolic epidemic of an Ebola-like virus named "Motaba." This story explored a "what if" scenario loosely based upon the deadly virus scares of the mid-to-late '90s and incorporated the futuristic style trends of the time. A story in which everyone suffers from a mortal illness but remains unwilling to compromise on clothing is the definition of fantasy. How does one dress in a disease-ridden society? Comfort, hygiene, prevention, and protection are reinterpreted in E-BOLA.