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FIDM celebrates TV costumes, from 'Breaking Bad' to 'Downton Abbey'
FIDM celebrates TV costumes, from 'Breaking Bad' to 'Downton Abbey'

Can you imagine two television shows as stylistically different as "Breaking Bad" and "Downtown Abbey?" Or "True Detective" and "Sound of Music Live?" But they all come together in "The Outstanding Art of Television  Costume Design," the eighth annual exhibit of costumes from Emmy- nominated shows at the FIDM Museum in Los Angeles. This year's edition, curated by former Costume Designers Guild president Mary Rose, opened in July and features 100 costumes from more than 20 shows. Two of this year's nominees for costume design are included: "American Horror Story: Coven," designed by Lou Eyrich, in the miniseries,...

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