Following the premiere of Netflix's original limited series, The Queen's Gambit and the upcoming fourth season of The Crown on November 15, costumes from the two series are on display at the Brooklyn Museum as the centrepiece of their virtual exhibition, The Queen and The Crown. The exhibition consists of digitally rendered and interactive 360-degree views of the costumes, together with related objects of their collection, set within a rendering of the museum's Beaux-Arts Court.
The costumes from The Queen's Gambit have been designed by Gabrielle Binder and reflect the growing sophistication and coming-of-age story of its main character, Elizabeth "Beth" Harmon played by Anya Taylor-Joy in fictional 1960s and her journey as a chess champion. Her wardrobe often incorporates structural lines and black-and-white patterns which reflect the elements of the game. As she matures in her skill, this is reflected in her fashion.
Notable outfits from the series that are part of the exhibition include Harmon's first dress, "The Beth Dress", along with "The Endgame Dress" from her chess match in Russia, and "The White Queen" worn at the final scene.