"Downton Abbey," Costume Design by 2013 Emmy Nominee Caroline McCall

"Game of Thrones," Costume Design by 2013 Emmy Nominee Michele Clapton

The Seventh Annual “Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design”

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Costume Design & Supervision Peer Group honored this year’s Primetime Emmy Award Nominees for Outstanding Costumes with a special reception Saturday, July 27th to kick-off the FIDM Museum & Galleries’ seventh annual “Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design.” The exhibit is now open to the public every Tuesday through Saturday from 10am-5pm through October 19, 2013.

Once again curated by CDG President Mary Rose, the exhibit features costumes from 2013 Emmy nominees “Behind the Candelabra” (Ellen Mirojnick – who was on hand to accept a plaque), “Downton Abbey” (Caroline McCall) and “Game of Thrones” (Michele Clapton). Additional participants in the exhibit include “2 Broke Girls” (Trayce Gigi Field ), “Girls” (Jenn Rogien), “House of Cards” (Tom Broecker), “Mr. Selfridge” (James Keast), “Nashville” (Susie DeSanto), “Parks and Recreation” (Kirston Leigh Mann), “Scandal” (Lyn Paolo), “Smash” (Joseph Aulisi), “Vegas” (Kathleen Detoro) and “The Americans” (Jenny Gering).

Guests enjoyed appetizers and refreshments during the reception and had the opportunity to walk through the exhibit and admire the beautiful display of the year’s best television costumes, while hearing from the Costume Designers firsthand about their inspirations and processes. The reception was sponsored by FIDM with Special Thanks to Beaulieu Vineyard® and GREY GOOSE VODKA®. For more information, click here.

"Behind the Candelabra," Costume Design by 2013 Emmy Nominee Ellen Mirojnick

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