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The Art Of The Disney Costume Is Open at Seattle’s MoPop

By Emma Colosia

Film lovers of all ages unite! A special Disney Costume exhibition is open at Seattle’s MoPop.

After being delayed for 5 months due to COVID restrictions, Heroes and Villains: The Art of the Disney Costume exhibition is finally open at the MoPop. Prepare your eyes to see the most stunning pieces of your favorite movies.

Ball gowns, tiaras, and glass slippers await you. The captivating exhibition includes more than 70 original pieces from Disney movies made in the last 55 years, with designs by renowned costume creators, including Academy Award and Emmy winners like Colleen Atwood, Tony Walton, and Sandy Powell.

Among the costumes shown, you’ll be able to see Belle’s village dress and ballgown from 2017’s Beauty and the Beast, Giselle and Prince Edward’s costumes from Enchanted, Jasmine’s costume from Aladdin, and Maleficient’s gown worn by Angelina Jolie.

The display explores the vision, process, and craft used to create the costumes worn by the characters that have marked our childhoods. It’ll also include insights from designers, photographs, and a special unreleased film.

Tickets are already on sale on the MoPop website. 


Where:  325 5th Avenue N Seattle, WA 98109

Hours: Open 10:00am–6:00pm
Open every day beginning May 27


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