One of the many requests fans have had since the Outlander series started filming is to have an opportunity to see the Outlander costumes up close. Starz and Sony have made various costumes from both seasons available for public viewing in Los Angeles as well as New York City. With each new opportunity more fans have the chance to see these works of art, and we have yet another opportunity in LA. The FIDM Museum will be hosting “The Art of Television Costume Design” this exhibit is a “celebration of outstanding TV costuming from 2015 and 2016 in a variety of genres, including Primetime Emmy® Award nominees in Costume Design.”
The exhibit will be free to the public August 2nd – October 15th 2016, and the museum is open 10am-5pm Tuesday through Saturday.
If you are in the Los Angeles area on the evening of July 20th, and are interested in a night with Terry Dresbach make sure to RSVP to the FIDM Museum by July 15th. Space is limited.
— FIDM Museum (@FIDMMuseum) July 5, 2016
So sorry for the RSVP confusion- the correct email is info@FIDMMuseumshop.org. Don't worry, there's still space! pic.twitter.com/qBVkNHarxE
— FIDM Museum (@FIDMMuseum) July 6, 2016
Source: FIDM Museum