Sunday, February 3, 2019

Out and About - Opening Night Party for FIDM Museum's Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Last night I was honored to be a guest at the opening night party for the FIDM Museum's 27th Art of Motion Picture Costume Design exhibition. Every year FIDM celebrates Oscar-nominated costume design and designers, and the 2019 collection did not disappoint. If interested, the exhibition will be open to the public February 5 - April 12. For more info, visit the FIDM Museum's website.

On the red carpet in a
red 1960s wiggle dress and 1950s red patent leather purse

With friends Karie Bible and Isabella Miller, also in vintage

With friend Brian Light, 
husband of the incomparable Leigh Wisher who put together the exhibition

With fellow classic film lovers Isabella and Monica Banken

 With the talented Nikki Kreuzer, who I met when she interviewed me for LA Weekly 
and celebrates the history of Los Angeles in everything she does

Last year's Oscar winner for Best Costume Design - 
Mark Bridges for Phantom Thread

Marlene Stewart for The House with a Clock in its Walls

Caroline Eselin for If Beale Street Could Talk

Sarah Edwards for Ocean's 8

Colleen Atwood for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindewald

Sandy Powell for The Favourite

Ruth E. Carter for Black Panther

Some of the massive crowd who attended the event

1 comment:

Silver Screenings said...

What an amazing event. Those costumes are stunning!

Also: You look fab in that chic 1960s dress.

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