The exhibition is beautifully displayed and includes some fascinating interviews with actors and designers, explaining how costumes help with the creation and development of characters.
From the glamour of 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' to the urban grit of 'The Bourne Identity' there is something for every film fan.
Here are some of my favourites:
|Lady in the Dark 1944|
|Gone with the Wind 1939, The Bride Wore Red 1937|
|Addams Family Values 1993|
Anjelica Huston wore this gown in 'Addams Family Values' it was designed by Theoni V Aldredge.
|Tippi Hedren discusses 'The Birds'|
I must also say how much I enjoyed 'The Birds' installation; incredibly inventive and enthralling to hear Tippi Hedren and Edith Head discussing this movie.
I think it's safe to say that the 'Hollywood Costume' exhibition is a truly extraordinary event and one I shall remember for a very long time!