You can tell it's award season in L.A. when a constant flow of movie costume exhibits continue to grace local cinemas to garner support and enthusiasm for award winners and potential nominees, like with this fab costume exhibit for Hidden Figures. The biopic is based on the book by Margot Lee Shetterly and tells the true story of the black women working at NASA providing essential mathematical data that helped with astronaut John Glenn's Project Mercury space mission in 1962.
If you like these outfits and are interested in films about the Civil Rights movement and racial inequality, you may also want to check out these movie costumes from Selma and these Loving film costumes on display.
With the current state of the world and U.S. politics, there's never been a better time for a historical film about female and racial empowerment and equality, and this was one of my favourite films of 2016 (I saw it on New Year's Eve).
Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day.