Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

21st Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

February 12April 27, 2013

Costumes from selected films of 2012, including costumes from A Royal Affair, Anna Karenina, Argo, Django Unchained, Hitchcock, Les Misérables, Lincoln, Mirror Mirror, Skyfall, Snow White and the Huntsman, and other films.

21st Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Costumes from Snow White and the Huntsman. Designed by Colleen Atwood.

20th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

February 14April 28, 2012

Costumes from selected films of 2011, including Anonymous, The Artist, Hugo, Jane Eyre, W.E., The Help, Immortals, My Week With Marilyn were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design. Highlighted in the exhibition was the previous year’s Academy Award® winner for Best Costume Design, The Young Victoria.

20th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Costumes from The Artist. Designed by Mark Bridges.

19th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

February 8April 30, 2011

Costumes from selected films of 2010, including True Grit, The King’s Speech, The Kids Are All Right, The Tempest and Alice in Wonderland were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design. Highlighted in the exhibition was the previous year’s Academy Award® winner for Best Costume Design, The Young Victoria.

19th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Gown worn by Emily Blunt as Queen Victoria in The Young Victoria. Costumes by Sandy Powell.

18th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

February 9April 17, 2010

Costumes from selected films of 2009, including Coraline, Julie & Julia, Star Trek and An Education were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design. Highlighted in the exhibition was the previous year’s Academy Award® winner for Best Costume Design, The Duchess.

18th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Costumes worn by Keira Knightley and Ralph Fiennes in The Duchess. Costumes by Michael O’Connor.

17th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

January 28March 29, 2009

Costumes from selected films of 2008, including The Dark Knight, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design. Highlighted in the exhibition was the previous year’s Academy Award® winner for Best Costume Design, Elizabeth: The Golden Age.

17th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Gown worn by Cate Blanchett as Queen Elizabeth in Elizabeth: The Golden Age. Costumes by Alexandra Byrne.

16th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

January 28April 12, 2008

Costumes from selected films of 2007, including Atonement, The Golden Compass, Hairspray, and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design. Highlighted in the exhibition was the previous year’s Academy Award® winner for Best Costume Design, Marie Antoinette.

16th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Gowns worn by Kirsten Dunst in Marie Antoinette. Costumes by Milena Canonero.

15th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

January 29April 5, 2007

Costumes from selected films of 2006, including Dreamgirls, The Curse of the Golden Flower, Marie Antoinette, V for Vendetta and Apocalypto were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design. Highlighted in the exhibition was the previous year’s Academy Award® winner for Best Costume Design, Memoirs of a Geisha.

15th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Kimonos worn in Memoirs of a Geisha. Costumes by Colleen Atwood.

14th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

February 4April 29, 2006

Costumes from selected films of 2005, including Walk the Line, Aeon Flux, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Brokeback Mountain were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design. Highlighted in the exhibition was the previous year’s Academy Award® winner for Best Costume Design, The Aviator.

14th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Ensemble worn by Leonardo DiCaprio as Howard Hughes in The Aviator. Costumes by Sandy Powell.

13th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

January 29April 23, 2005

Costumes from selected films of 2004, including Vanity Fair, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, Finding Neverland, Being Julia and Hellboy were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design. Highlighted in the exhibition was the previous year’s Academy Award® winner for Best Costume Design, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.

13th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Statue rendering of Sauron in The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. Costumes by Ngila Dickson and Richard Taylor.

12th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

February 2April 8, 2004

Costumes from selected films of 2003, including Big Fish, Cold Mountain, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Lost in Translation and Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design. Highlighted in the exhibition was the previous year’s Academy Award® winner for Best Costume Design, Chicago.

12th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Sequined dress worn by Renée Zellweger as Roxie Hart in Chicago. Costumes by Colleen Atwood.

11th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

February 17May 3, 2003

Costumes from selected films of 2002, including Far From Heaven, Frida, Gangs Of New York, Harry Potter & The Chamber Of Secrets, and Monsoon Wedding were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design. Highlighted in the exhibition was the previous year’s Academy Award® winner for Best Costume Design, Moulin Rouge.

11th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Costume worn by Nicole Kidman in Moulin Rouge! Costumes by Catherine Martin and Angus Strathie.

10th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

February 18May 3, 2002

Costumes from selected films of 2001, including Planet of the Apes, Gosford Park, Ocean’s 11, The Royal Tenenbaums and Pearl Harbor were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design. Highlighted in the exhibition were the previous 10 year’s Academy Award® winners for Best Costume Design: Gladiator, Topsy-Turvy, Shakespeare in Love, Titanic, The English Patient, Restoration, The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, The Age of Innocence, and Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

10th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Costumes worn in Gladiator. Costumes by Janty Yates.

9th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

February 26May 4, 2001

Costumes from selected films of 2000, including 102 Dalmations, Chocolat, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Erin Brockovich and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design. Highlighted in the exhibition was the previous year’s Academy Award® winner for Best Costume Design, Topsy-Turvy.

9th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Detail of costume worn in Topsy-Turvy. Costumes by Lindy Hemming.

8th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

February 21April 28, 2000

Costumes from selected films of 1999, including Titus, Sleepy Hollow, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Anna & The King and Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design. Highlighted in the exhibition was the previous year’s Academy Award® winner for Best Costume Design, Shakespeare in Love.

8th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Gowns worn by Gwyneth Paltrow and Judi Dench in Shakespeare in Love. Costumes by Sandy Powell.

7th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

February 16April 16, 1999

Costumes from selected films of 1998, including Velvet Goldmine, Elizabeth, Pleasantville, Blade, Beloved and Ever After were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design. Highlighted in the exhibition was the previous year’s Academy Award® winner for Best Costume Design, Titanic.

Costume worn by Ewan McGregor as Curt Wild in Velvet Goldmine. Costumes by Sandy Powell.

Costume worn by Ewan McGregor as Curt Wild in Velvet Goldmine. Costumes by Sandy Powell.

6th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

February 1April 15, 1998

Costumes from selected films of 1997, including LA Confidential, The Ice Storm, Wings of the Dove, Amistad and Mrs. Brown were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design. Highlighted in the exhibition was the previous year’s Academy Award® winner for Best Costume Design, The English Patient.

6th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Costumes worn by Ralph Fiennes and Juliette Binoche in The English Patient. Costumes by Gary Jones and Ann Roth.

5th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

February 18April 18, 1997

Costumes from selected films of 1996, including The Crucible, Angels & Insects, Emma, Evita, and The Bird Cage were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design.

5th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Costumes worn by Kristin Scott Thomas and Patsy Kensit in Angels & Insects. Costumes by Paul Brown.

4th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

February 9April 18, 1996

Costumes from selected films of 1995, including To Wong Foo: Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar, Sense and Sensibility, Apollo 13, Mortal Kombat and Rob Roy were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design.

4th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Suit worn by Tim Roth as Archibald Cunningham in Rob Roy. Costumes by Sandy Powell.

3rd Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

February 13April 13, 1995

Costumes from selected films of 1994, including Bullets Over Broadway, Ready to Wear, True Lies, Interview With The Vampire and Little Women were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design. Highlighted in the exhibition was the previous year’s Academy Award® winner for Best Costume Design, The Age of Innocence.

3rd Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Gown worn by Michelle Pfeiffer as Ellen Olenska in The Age of Innocence. Costumes by Gabriella Pescucci.

2nd Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

February 22May 5, 1994

Costumes from selected films of 1993, including The Piano, Mrs. Doubtfire, Orlando and The Remains of the Day were displayed in this annual exhibition of motion picture costume design. Highlighted in the exhibition was the previous year’s Academy Award® winner for Best Costume Design, Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

2nd Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Gown worn by Winona Ryder as Elisabeta in Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Costumes by Eiko Ishioka.n

Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Originated by FIDM Museum Director Maggy Murray, the inaugural FIDM Museum Exhibition of Motion Picture Costume Design was a resounding success. This first exhibition featured costumes from 1964 to 1992, including My Fair Lady, Camelot, The Great Gatsby, All That Jazz, Dangerous Liaisons and Bugsy. Based on this success, this exhibit has become a highly anticipated annual tradition.

Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

Costume worn by Audrey Hepburn as Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady (1964). Costumes by Cecil Beaton.