The world’s largest costume institute will host a ceremony this Saturday to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the first costume competition.
In honor of the occasion, the Costume Institute has created a special edition of its annual Costume Day event.
The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., when the costumes will be given out to costume enthusiasts and fans.
They will also be featured in a documentary.
The documentary will feature interviews with the designers, designers, costume designers and the costume designers themselves.
The film is titled The Costume Institute’s 40th Anniversary, and will be available on DVD on April 10.
At the event, which will take place in the World Trade Center auditorium, costume enthusiasts will be able to buy a costume from the museum, as well as the original designs, costumes and other items from the collection of the institute.
For the first time in its history, the institute is hosting a Costume Day at its headquarters, a building that houses more than 50,000 costumes.
The institute has been hosting its Costume Day for years and is the world’s leading costume maker.
“We’re thrilled to celebrate 40 years of Costume Day,” said Costume Institute President, Michael Buss.
“We are honored to be a part of this historic event.
The world is watching and celebrating our 40th year.”
The event will take over a large space at the museum and is scheduled for Saturday at 10 a,m.
The ceremony will feature a ceremony and the unveiling of costumes from the institute collection.
There are over a hundred costumes in the institute’s collection, with over 200 pieces on display.
For this event, there will be an exclusive line-up of costume designs for each costume, as part of the Costume Day Collection.
This is the third Costume Day celebration for the institute, following in the footsteps of the 2015 Costume Day in New York City and the 2013 Costume Day New York.
You can find more information about the Costume’s 40-year anniversary at the Costume Museum website.