FOUR DAYS LEFT: you have until Monday April 8 to see Trisha Biggar’s stunning ‘Star Wars’ costume at the V&A
On April 8, the V&A’s exquisite Star Wars costume, worn by acclaimed actor Natalie Portman in ‘Star Wars: Attack of the Clones’, will return to the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in San Francisco.
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"Are you allowed to love? I thought that was forbidden for a Jedi." – Padmé Amidala Scottish costume designer Trisha Bigger designed the costumes for the Star Wars prequels, including the stunning gowns worn by Padmé Amidala, played by Natalie Portman. See Padmé's stunning travel disguise costume in our Scottish Design Galleries when we open, on loan for six months from The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, currently under construction in Los Angeles, California. #VADundee #costume #StarWars #AttackOfTheClones #cinema #dress #Paisley #museum
Designed by Scots artist Trisha Biggar, whose art is inspired by shapes, patterns and materials from a number of different sources, the dress currently lives in the V&A’s Scottish Design Galleries.
You have until 17.00 on Monday 8 April to see Trisha Biggar's beautiful #StarWars costume before it returns to the US.
Find out about the dress replacing it and what links Scotland's oldest operational theatre to the Star Wars universe in our new article: https://t.co/mkjHerKBu7 pic.twitter.com/VkW2J1VHkL
— V&A Dundee (@VADundee) April 4, 2019
To find out more about the garment’s connection with Russian folks costumes and Scottish Paisley, click here.
You have FOUR days left to see the dress in person before it is returned home.
What are you waiting for?!
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