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The Exhibitions with Garbos's Gowns

Inspiration Gown

This Inspiration costume is in an American Museum.


Gösta Berling Saga Gown

This costume from Gösta Berling Saga costume belongs to Svensk Filmindustri (Stockholm).


Queen Christine costume

This Queen Christina costume is in Sweden.


Adrian exhibition

In 2002, there was an exhibition of Adrian's costumes. It was at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and they showed a several Garbo costumes: A Camille ensemble,  A Mata Hari ensemble,  A Romance ensemble, Hats designed for Camille Hats designed for Romance.

Rumor is that costumes at the MET exhibition were reproductions.


Exhibition of MGM costumes

In 1970, there was also was an exhibition of MGM costumes in Paris and they showed some Camille gowns. Here are the ones we know of:

The wonderful coat she wears when she goes to the theater.

The famous dress with the golden stars at the party scene.

Queen Christina
The Boots she was wearing as the Queen.


Christie's Auction 2007

This  full-lenght housecoat of cream taffeta with Metro Goldwyn Meyer Inc. lebel inside inscribed Garbo 938. It was made for Garbo as Marguerite Gauthier in the 1936 production of Camille.


Christina, Queen of Sweden Exhibition

In November 1997, there was an Exhibition about Christina Queen of Sweden, in Osnabrueck/Germany. Swedish Queen Silvia was in Germany at this time and visited the Exhibtion. The showed Garbo's Queen Christina costume from the film.


Greta Garbo: The Mystery of Style Exhibition 2010

In Milan, Ferragamo is paying a tribute to Greta Garbo with an exhibition of her clothes and shoes that have not been available for Public viewing in the past. The exhibition is organised in collaboration with Garbo's Grandnephew Craig Reisfield and it will show clothes and fashion accessories never seen before... from Vuitton to Pucci and Givenchy to Ferragamo.


Trivia about Garbo's Gowns  Part I
Trivia about Garbo's Gowns  Part II 


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