Voting for the Emmy Awards has closed, but for those who can’t get enough, many of the Emmy-nominated outfits from the show are available at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in downtown Los Angeles. (FIDM) occupied the museum.
This exhibition presents costumes from more than 22 programs. 13 of them have been nominated for Emmy Awards in his three different award genres: period, contemporary, and fantasy/sci-fi. The series will continue until his November 5th.
Costumes on display include the iconic red swimsuit from Hulu’s “Pam & Tommy,” the regal gown from “Bridgerton,” and the outfit worn by Jean Smart in “Hacks.”
Nick Verreos, FIDM chairman of fashion design, highlighted some of his favorite outfits. variety“All the costumes are highlights, of course, but the Emmy nominees are the real stars of the show.”
“Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”
“These outfits from The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel are from Season 4, when the series transitions to the 1960s. You can see the age factor starting to creep in.”
“Another one of my favorites is ‘The Great’. Of course, this is Catherine the Great, the Russian monarch. It’s all about luxury. Puffy breasts because the costume designer said he wanted sexy back.” And it’s all about sexy boys!Inspired by Russian folk costumes, this gorgeous coronation gown is featured, but once again, I wanted it to be a little sexier, so I exposed her shoulders.So gorgeous! It’s golden in. It’s Katherine’s catwalk moment.”
“I love contemporary outfits like ‘Huck’. Actress Jean Smart wears a printed outfit by the brand Casablanca, but she rarely appeared in the show. Why? On the top of the tunic? Because the brand name was prominently displayed, she first had to go through a legal process, and the costume designer said she tried to contact the brand — eventually filming the episode. They cleared it just two days ago.
Last but not least, when it comes to fantasy/sci-fi nominations, it’s “Moon Knight.” There is also Mr. Knight’s costume, a white suit made of upholstery fabric and glitter.The actual Moon Knight’s costume, which is inspired by an Egyptian god, is also on display, with 803 patterns on display. It was produced in London, but was then shipped to Budapest, Hungary, where the show was filmed. ”