See Original Costume from “The Handmaids Tale” at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
If you are a fan of the hit TV series "Handmaid's Tale," then you are going to love this. A new exhibition called "Designs for Different Futures," is now opened at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and it showcases the costumes from the show.
According to Philly Voice, the exhibition is divided into 11 sections: Resources, Generations, Earths, Bodies, Intimacies, Foods, Jobs, Cities, Materials, Power and Data. Not only will you be able to view a costume from the series but you will also get to see how designers of today are shaping the future as we know it.
According to Philly Voice, there will also be recyclable and re-healable electronic skin on display, as well as lab-grown food, the AI hologram from "Blade Runner 2049," typography from "Arrival," makeup from Rihanna's Fenty Beauty line and more.
"We often think of art museums as places that foster a dialogue between the past and the present, but they also can and should be places that inspire us to think about the future," Timothy Rub, the George D. Widener director and chief executive officer of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, said.