Photo Gallery: Opening Night Gala, ‘Alice in Wonderland’ Exhibit at Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising

Details on life-size LEGO Captain Jack Sparrow In celebration of the Blu-ray™ & DVD release of Alice in Wonderland on June 1, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (WDSHE), in partnership with Disney Consumer Products (DCP),  unveiled a first-of-its-kind Alice In Wonderland Exhibition in the FIDM Museum & Galleries at FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in downtown Los Angeles.

Colleen Atwood (Academy Award® winning designer; Best Achievement in Costume Design for Memoirs of a Geisha in 2005 and Best Costume Design for Chicago in 2002) was in attendance along with Nick Verreos (star of “Project Runway”, graduate and instructor at FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising and NIKOLAKI owner/designer) and Kerli (singer/songwriter of “Strange” and “Tea Party”, featured on the film’s soundtrack).

The opening night gala featured a fashion show of Alice in Wonderland inspired red carpet gown couture by FIDM grads, a special live performance by Kerli and a “sneak peek” at Disney’s Alice in Wonderland Costume Exhibition at FIDM before it opened the doors to the general public on Thursday, May 27th.

The exhibition includes Colleen Atwood’s original costume designs from the film, including Johnny Depp’s original Mad Hatter fighter garment, several of Mia Wasikowska’s Alice dresses and Helena Bonham Carter’s Red Queen Dress; The “Edgier Side of Alice” inspired clothing and products by Sue Wong, Tom Binns, Avril Lavigne and FIDM grads; SuperLab gowns and more.

Photos © Berliner Photography/BEImages, courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment

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