Ayers House Museum

Miss Fisher’s costume exhibition

Miss Fisher’s costume exhibition

She’s sexy, she’s smart and she’s now showing in Adelaide!

The breathtaking fashion worn by lead character Phryne Fisher, played by Essie Davis, and other members of the cast are on show throughout the historic property presented by the National Trust of South Australia.

The costume exhibition has been meticulously put together by the show’s dedicated costumier Marion Boyce, who has a worldwide reputation for outfitting casts of TV series and movies with supreme attention to detail.  Ms Boyce recently won the AACTA award for best costume design on a television series.  The costumes on display recently featured in Vanity Fair magazine.

The exhibition is showing in Adelaide until 14 February 2016 before travelling to Sydney.  You can buy your tickets at the door or purchase in advance online.   January and February will see a Summer Festival of Phryne at venues across Adelaide.

Sign up to our Miss Fisher mailing list below for more news about the exhibition and upcoming events.  For more about the exhibition visit the website.

Sumptuous high teas are available
on selected days, including admission to the exhibition (February 14 only available now).  A perfect day out with friends!  Morning teas are served on the terrace every day from 10.30 am – 1.30 pm.

We also invite you to visit our special exhibition shop where you can find all things Phryne as well as beautiful limited edition jewellery and accessories by series costume designer Marion Boyce.

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CREDITS:
Costumes, image and footage courtesy of Every Cloud Productions and Marion Boyce.

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation presents, in association with Film Victoria and Fulcrum Media Finance, an Every Cloud Production, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries

The Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries Costume Exhibition was produced by Every Cloud Productions in partnership with the National Trust of Victoria.

 

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