Star Trek never dies, it just flies into a wormhole made by red matter, and emerges with hot new actors and lens flares. No matter how many times the series gets rebooted, though, the Roddenberry original will always be with us.
The aesthetic of the original series will always hold a special place in the hearts of many fans. Its appeal is two-fold: It taps into the optimistic side of science fiction, where the peoples of Earth can set aside their differences to voyage to distance stars. It’s also a great peek into 1960s mod fashion, with miniskirts, beehive hairdos and primary colors everywhere. Even as early as The Next Generation, a lot of that aesthetic appeal was stripped away to create a bridge that can charitably be described as the lobby at a LensCrafters.