From Bel Air royal Elle Woods to onscreen queens, curator Deborah Nadoolman Landis gathers Hollywood's finest garb for a new exhibit.
No item of clothing has the power to transport like a movie costume, and after five years of hunting, favor-calling and sheer force of will, costume designer and UCLA professor Deborah Nadoolman Landis is ready to debut one of the greatest hauls of movie outfits ever assembled in a single museum. Opening Oct. 20 at London's Victoria and Albert Museum, "Hollywood Costume" is a showcase collection laced with memory and imagination.
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