Before Diana Ross became the diva she is known to be today, she was apart of The Supremes, the first black all girl group to have international success, selling millions of records. Arguably, one of the most glamorous girl groups of all time, The Supremes will let us relish in their vintage fashion glory with costumes and memorabilia saved by founding member Mary Wilson. For almost 50 years now, Wilson has held onto over 30 costumes, rare video footage, album covers, and other items from the group’s heyday to be put on display in the upcoming “Come See About Me: The Mary Wilson Supremes Collection” fashion exhibition at the African American Museum in Philadelphia.
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Running from January 25th- June 30th, 2013, this is one exhibit we will truck to Philly to see.
-Tunisia Z. Wilson
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