The Cyberpunk Women’s Clothing Collection will debut on Friday at a special online event at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, according to the Smithsonian.
The collection includes women’s dresses, dresses, skirts, gloves, and jackets, the Smithsonian said.
The Smithsonian said the event will be held at the museum’s Daughters of the American Revolution building in Washington, D.C.
The exhibition, which features clothing from the Civil War, World War II and post-World War II eras, is designed to be accessible to all, and can be ordered online.
Smithsonian President Michael E. Paternoster said the collection will not be a substitute for visiting the museum.
Paternoster told CBS News in a statement the collection was created “to provide a unique window into the lives of women of color and to highlight their contributions to our nation’s history.”
The collection was produced by the Smithsonian Women’s Film Department in collaboration with artists who also include M. Night Shyamalan and Robert Eggers, the museum said.
It will include work by more than 50 women of African descent.
The museum will be featuring the work at the event.