It’s the season one finale of The Art of Costume Blogcast, sweeties! In this week’s episode, Elizabeth and Spencer celebrate the premiere season of the podcast by talking about their favorite episodes and memories. Then it’s time for the moment we have all been waiting for, House of Gucci. Character by character, our co-hosts discuss all of the costumes from this film designed by Janty Yates. This includes every costume from Paolo Gucci’s (Jared Leto) raspberry corduroy suit to Patrizia Reggiani’s (Lady Gaga) evil-red ski suit.
On display at the FIDM Museum exhibit are costumes worn by Lady Gaga as Patrizia Reggiani and Adam Driver as Maurizio Gucci. Photo by Alex J. Berlinger/ABImages.
Have you seen Ridley Scott’sHouse of Gucci yet? What a silly question, of course you have! I am sure you are as much in love with the costumes as I am. If that is the case, then drop what you are doing and run, don’t walk, to the FIDM Museum in Downtown Los Angeles!
Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM) and United Artists Releasing have partnered with the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising for a limited time House of Gucci exhibit at the FIDM Museum from November 23 – December 4, 2021 (10AM – 5PM PT).
Presenting an exclusive mix of never-before-seen House of Gucci photography, film footage, and costumes curated by costume designer Janty Yates, this exhibition offers audiences an immersive experience and backstage access to director Ridley Scott’s crime drama starring Lady Gaga, Adam Driver, Jared Leto, Jeremy Irons, with Salma Hayek and Al Pacino.
With exhibition curation and creative direction led by Melina Matsoukas’ De La Revolución, in conjunction with MGM and United Artists Releasing, you are invited to explore the world of the House of Gucci through exclusive new film stills, unit photography shot during film production, behind-the-scenes photography and cast portraits shot by photographer Cuba Tornado Scott.
I’ll be completely honest, I felt quite emotional walking through the exhibition. The detail and construction was quite moving. Janty Yates did an incredible job as costume designer on this film, certainly one of my favorite films of the year! This exhibition is a must see for any costume design fan… or all around Lady Gaga fanatic like myself…
The museum is open from 10AM – 5PM PT from now until December 4th so get going! Admission is free. Masks and Proof of Vaccination are required.