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California Dreamin': Art of Motion Picture Costume Design Exhibit Opened This Week in LA

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The Fashionn Institute of Design and Merchandising (known as FIDM), opened their annual exhibit (its 20th!) featuring the best costumes from the films of the previous year. For those who are both cinephiles and style addicts, this is the perfect intersection of film and fashion to prep you for the rapidly approaching Academy Awards. Get up close with some of the best apparel to grace the silver screen during 2011. Included are the flirty flapper costumes from The Artist (above), the Elizabethan garb from the Shakespeare thriller Anonymous, the Victorian flavored numbers from Jane Eyre, and the glamorous creations that were made for Wallis Simpson in Madonna's W.E.

For more information on the exhibit, now open through April 28th, 2012, click here


The Fashionn Institute of Design and Merchandising (known as FIDM), opened their annual exhibit (its 20th!) featuring the best costumes from the films of the previous year. For those who are both cinephiles and style addicts, this is the perfect intersection of film and fashion to prep you for the rapidly approaching Academy Awards. Get up close with some of the best apparel to grace the silver screen during 2011. Included are the flirty flapper costumes from The Artist (above), the Elizabethan garb from the Shakespeare thriller Anonymous, the Victorian flavored numbers from Jane Eyre, and the glamorous creations that were made for Wallis Simpson in Madonna's W.E.

For more information on the exhibit, now open through April 28th, 2012, click here


The Fashionn Institute of Design and Merchandising (known as FIDM), opened their annual exhibit (its 20th!) featuring the best costumes from the films of the previous year. For those who are both cinephiles and style addicts, this is the perfect intersection of film and fashion to prep you for the rapidly approaching Academy Awards. Get up close with some of the best apparel to grace the silver screen during 2011. Included are the flirty flapper costumes from The Artist (above), the Elizabethan garb from the Shakespeare thriller Anonymous, the Victorian flavored numbers from Jane Eyre, and the glamorous creations that were made for Wallis Simpson in Madonna's W.E.

For more information on the exhibit, now open through April 28th, 2012, click here

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