LOOK: Star Wars fans pay tribute to Carrie Fisher at the Denver Art Museum

After the news of Carrie Fisher’s death broke, Denver-area fans took to remembering Fisher by posting photos of her original Princess Leia costumes that are currently on display at the Denver Art Museum.

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We will miss you, lady. RIP Carrie 💛

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Carrie Fisher, the actress who played the iconic Princess Leia in “Star Wars,” died at the age of 60 on Tuesday morning.

After the news broke, Denver-area fans took to remembering Fisher by posting photos of her original Princess Leia costumes that are currently on display at the Denver Art Museum, along with about 70 other costumes from the movie franchise.

The exhibit — “Star Wars and the Power of the Costume” — opened in November and runs through April 2, 2017. Tickets are available to purchase in advance here.

A very sad day in the Galaxy. May the Force be with you forever Carrie Fisher!

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Sad day. Even more glad I got to see this exhibit when I did.

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