Done in GIMP 2.5.4.
Another random splash page from my unpublished comic Shrike
The idea was to show a space suit that was "fashionable"; in a world where space flight has become more common (as depicted in this story), culture and haute-couture would surely follow, with "designer space suits" being available for those who can afford them. This "dress" is surely not designed for any long space walks (e.g. radiation protection is minimal, to say the least), but assuming nanostructural textiles are viable for effectively insulating the body heat (which is, admittedly quite a big assumption), a low-pressure space suit should not really need to be bulkier than this. The idea is that the flowing robes and the buttoned "galoche" are just decorations over the actual one-piece airtight garment. Theoretically the suit could even be "breathing", letting moisture evaporate at a controlled rate by the nano structure, by allowing water molecules to pass one-way through the material. The hair is also encapsulated in a sort of insulated "sock" to protect it; the cold and low pressure would pull all moisture from it out and make it brittle and ruined otherwise (realistically the hair would probably be tucked away inside the helmet, but this is assumed a fashion thing).
... anyway, as you might have realized, this is all science-fiction.
The character (you might recognize her from other excerpts from the comic) is off to a shindig and is just stepping out of the shuttle from the spaceport. Location is the moon, by the way (not that it matters much for the image).
This is the version without the comic text captions. If you want to see it with captions, you can check it out here: [link]
Comments and critique,also on the design, is appreciated as always.