Oklahoma is no stranger to Hollywood! Many movies and television shows have filmed in the Sooner State. Oklahoma even has a handful of famous actors that have called it home. But some old Hollywood glamour will make its way to Oklahoma in a new exhibit at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.

Starting on June 22, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art will open its exhibit Edith Head: Hollywood's Costume Designer. The exhibit will be featured at the museum through Sept. 29.

Who was Edith Head?

An award-winning costume designer, Head designed for and dressed some of Hollywood's biggest stars from the 1930s through the 1960s. According to the Oklahoma City Museum of Art's website, the retrospective "will feature 70 costumes that capture the height of Head’s career and were worn by stars such as Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Ginger Rogers, Shirley MacLaine, Veronica Lake, Barbara Stanwyck, and Kim Novak."

From the 1920s to the early 1980s, Head ruled the costume departments at Paramount and Universal Studios. She has over 400 films credited and earned 35 Oscar nominations with eight Oscar wins. Head was one who helped define the classic Hollywood style with her striking designs.

Museum goers may recognize Head's work from films like Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo" and "Rear Window." Plus, Pixar's Edna Mode from "The Incredibles" was modeled after Head.

What will the Edith Head exhibition feature?

Museum goers will have much to consume at the Head exhibition. The retrospective will take up the museum's entire third floor with costumes, sketches and two screening areas that will showcase Head's life and work. The costume styles that will be displayed include "formal gowns, musical performance costumes, daywear and historical costumes."

The museum's Noble Theatre will also compliment the exhibit by hosting a related film series showing Head's work on screen. The film series is set to begin June 29 and last through Sept. 28. Some of the films in the series include "Rear Window," "Vertigo," "Blue Hawaii," "Samson and Delilah," "The Sting," "Funny Face" and "Breakfast At Tiffany's."

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