Only two weeks left…if you live in LA or can hop over some time before 30th April, there are racks of costumes on display at The Fashion Institute of Design and Marketing (FIDM) Museum. If you can’t get there from wherever you are, you can get a glimpse at the Frock Talk Flickr page.
The 19th annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design exhibition, features costumes from 20 films of 2010, including Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko’s ‘shark suit’ from Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (designed by Ellen Mirojnick) and Michael Kaplan’s pearl studded and sequin stage wear from Burlesque.
Clothes on Film has a nice post with more pictures about the exhibition, as does Frock Talk which also has more pix and interviews with costume designers Mona May (Enchanted), Claire Hannan (The Kids Are All Right), Coleen Atwood and Mary Zophres, amongst others.
We’re not in LA this weekend or next, so it seems we will miss this exhibit. Of course, there are no weekends in show business, so if a meeting in LA comes up, we can sneak over mid week. Less crowded then.