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Television Academy Honors Emmy-Nominated Costume Designers

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From left: Academy governor Betsey Potter, Emmy nominee for Behind Thee Candelabra Ellen Mirojnick and curator/president of the Costume Designers Guild/Academy governor Mary Rose. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Invision for Academy of Television Arts & Sciences/AP Images)
From left: Academy governor Betsey Potter, Emmy nominee for Behind Thee Candelabra Ellen Mirojnick and curator/president of the Costume Designers Guild/Academy governor Mary Rose. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Invision for Academy of Television Arts & Sciences/AP Images)

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ costume design and supervision peer group gathered Saturday to honor the 65th Primetime Emmy Award nominees for outstanding costumes with a special reception that also launched the FIDM Museum & Galleries’ 7th annual presentation of “The Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design.”

Among those in attendance were costume designers designers Ellen Mirojnick, (Behind The Candelabra); Ane Crabtree, (Rectify); Joe Aulisi, (Smash); Mandi Line, (Pretty Little Liars); Mark Bridges, (The Artist); Tom Broecker, (House of Cards), and Trayce Gigi Field (2 Broke Girls), along with Betsey Potter, governor of the Television Academy’s costume design and supervision peer group and Nick Verreos, (FIDM fashion spokesperson).

The evening also included a Nominee Certificate presentation ceremony by Bruce Rosenblum, Academy of Television Arts & Sciences chairman and CEO.

The Game of Thrones exhibit at the 7th Annual FIDM Museum & Galleries "The Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design" exhibition. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Invision for Academy of Television Arts & Sciences/AP Images)
The Game of Thrones exhibit at the 7th Annual FIDM Museum & Galleries “The Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design” exhibition. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Invision for Academy of Television Arts & Sciences/AP Images)

For the seventh year, noted costume designer and president of the Costume Designers Guild, Mary Rose, returned as the guest curator and organizer of this year’s exhibition. The exhibition celebrates television costume design and salutes the work of this year’s Emmy-nominated costume designers and supervisors including: Behind the Candelabra, Downton Abbey and Game of Thrones. Also taking part in the exhibit are costumes from 2 Broke Girls, The Americans, Girls, House of Cards, Mr. Selfridge, Nashville, Parks and Recreation, Rectify, Ring of Fire, Scandal, Smash and Vegas.

The free exhibit, which features over 120 costumes from 15 featured shows, will run until Oct. 19 at the FIDM Museum & Galleries at the Fashion Institute Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles.

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