TV Costume Designs to be Displayed at FIDM Museum


"Peter Pan" from last year's FIDM exhibit

"Peter Pan" from last year's FIDM exhibit

As of Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Good news for those who love costume design or need a little bit of fashion inspiration.


From the TV movie "Whitney"

For the 10th year in a row, the museum at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in downtown Los Angeles will be showcasing the costumes nominated for the Emmy Awards as well as costumes from other TV shows.

The exhibition, which is free, opens Aug. 2 and runs until Oct. 15.

Some of the Emmy-nominated TV shows include "American Horror Story" by Lou Eyrich; "Downton Abbey" by Anna Robbins; "Empire" by Paolo Nieddu; "Game of Thrones" by Michele Clapton; "Outlander" by Terry Dresbach; "Roots" by Ruth Carter and Diana Cilliers; and "Transparent" by Marie Schley.

Other shows whose costumes will be on exhibit include "Veep," "The Walking Dead," "Vinyl," "Sherlock: The Abominable Bride," "Heroes Reborn," "Jane the Virgin," "Agent Carter" and "Black-ish."