Last night FIDM fete’d its 22nd Annual “Art of Motion Picture Costume Design” exhibition with a party and preview of the best costumes of 2013. Costume designers including Trish Summerville, Colleen Atwood, Julie Weiss and Michael Wilkinson attended the event, which celebrated the artistry of their craft. The exhibition included everything from the futuristic costumes of “Oblivion,” “Man of Steel,” and “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” to this year’s best period films including all of the Oscar nominees. It was exciting to see Michael Wilkinson’s glamorous ‘70s costumes for “American Hustle” and Catherine Martin’s beautiful Roaring 20’s designs for “The Great Gatsby.” I got the grand tour of the exhibition from FIDM’s Nick Verreos, a “Project Runway” alum and current star of “Under the Gunn.” Verreos told me William Chang’s ‘30s era costume designs for “The Grandmaster,” were all made by hand and Patricia Norris’ 19th century designs for “12 Years a Slave” were so detailed they were aged with dirt from the individual plantations. And of course it was a pleasure to see last year’s Oscar winning designs for "Anna Karenina" by Jacqueline Durran pictured above. Be sure to stop by the FIDM Museum & Galleries in downtown LA to see the full exhibition. It opens on February 11 and will run through April 26. For more info, click here.