The Durham Museum presented Katharine Hepburn: Dressed for Stage and Screen in 2015. Its an exclusive exhibition of Hepburn’s personal costume collection organized by the Kent State University Museum. The exhibit features more than 35 costumes worn in 21 films and 6 stage productions spanning Hepburn’s illustrious career; among the items on display include her signature tailored beige trousers and linen jackets; plus vintage posters, as well as stage costumes from The Philadelphia Story and Coco. Screen costumes from Adam’s Rib and Stage Door. From classic Hollywood dresses to Kate’s personal “rebel chic,” the exhibition highlights how Hepburn’s sense of style influenced countless women and fashion designers. An amazing collection and worth seeing, if you can drop by this university.