Through January 11 at the Henry Ford Museum [Dearborn, MI], this exhibit explores how costume design incorporates color, style, scale, materials, historical traditions and cultural cues help performers and audiences engage personally with the characters being portrayed. See costumes from “Star Wars,” “Batman,” “The Terminator,” “Indiana Jones,” “Star Trek,” “Battlestar Galactica”
and more of the most popular films and television shows of all time. Click here for details
(I chose this photo as there wasn’t a good one on their site-MS)

Through January 11 at The Everson Museum of Art [Syracuse, NY], this exhibit highlights the early commercial career of Andy Warhol, whose whimsical drawings from the 1950s created fantasies that marketed fashion and glamour through evocation. Warhol’s penchant for combining art and advertisement quickly made him one of the most well known illustrators of women’s fashion in New York. The exhibition presents 18 of Warhol’s rarely seen shoe
illustrations and drawings of women’s accessories and fashion figures. Click here for details

This info was gathered via the Costume Society of America’s newsletter.

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