Working with Larry McQueen, who is the owner of The Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design, has been a great experience for me. Together we have been bringing to life jewelry worn in films from the golden age of cinema.
He has a beautiful collection of Hollywood costumes made for the motion picture industry by top designers like Adrian and Banton. Mr. McQueen has a story to tell. Not only does he appreciate the designer and the exquisite costumes but he also respects the artist that made them.
Here are a few costumes from The Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design.
“Reel Religion: A Century of the Bible and Film”

Museum of Biblical Art- New York, New York
February 6, 2009- May 17, 2009
Piece shown in photo: Nina Foch, “The Ten Commandments,” Paramount, 1956, Edith Head

Oklahoma City Museum of Art
“From Sketch to Screen”

Oklahoma City Museum of Art- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
May 5, 2010 – August 15, 2010
Pieces shown in photo: Julie Andrews, “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” Universal, 1967, Designed by Jean Louis & Marianne McAndrew “Hello Dolly” 20th Century Fox, 1969, Designed by Irene Sharaff

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