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Art of Costume Design in Television Exhibition

“Art of Costume Design in Television” featuring this year’s Emmy-nominated designs, at FIDM now through October 15. The exhibit is free to the public. (All photos from Susie Goodman)


It does take a village to tell a visual story.

Part of that story is how the characters look. The people designated to tell that story are important to its success. They are the costume designers.

FIDM Museum and the Television Academy are now showing the 14th annual “Art of Costume Design in Television” exhibition.  We are able to see the actual original costumes, free to the public at the FIDM Museum in downtown Los Angeles. It is really wonderful to see the actual fabric and workmanship that goes into creating these outstanding costumes.

The exhibition displays the work of this year’s Emmy-nominated Costume Designers. It is open to the public free through Saturday, October 15, 2022. It includes costumes from more than 20 current television programs, including 13 shows that are Emmy-Nominated for Costume Design.

Here are seven of the thirteen Emmy nominees on view, with thanks to Susie Goodman for the photos.




Backstage with the Buzz.
Sheila Tepper, Producer Cultural Programming.

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