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Explore racetrack fashion at the Kentucky Derby Museum’s new exhibit

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Experience the color, glamour, and humor of the railbird runway with historic and contemporary ensembles, headwear, and accessories that give meaning to seeing — and being seen — on Derby Day.

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Coming to the racetrack dressed to impress has always been a part of the Kentucky Derby experience.

The Kentucky Derby Museum is taking a look back at the origins of the fashion tradition, how it developed, and what makes it so unique through its new “See & Be Seen: 150 Years of Derby Fashion” exhibit.

The exhibit is truly a time capsule that will take guests from the 1800s to the present — mark your calendars for its opening on July 10. Plan a visit to the museum.

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