Love, revenge and haute couture

Be transported from Adelaide’s stately Ayers House Museum to the dusty town of Dungatar in the 1950s, and experience the journey of transformation through the artful and luxurious costumes worn by Kate Winslet, Sarah Snook and the cast of The Dressmaker.

The Dressmaker Costume Exhibition reveals how the costumes, inspired by Parisian couture, were made and developed for the film. Visitors will be able to see the level of detail and artisanship which went into making the costumes. The exhibition will feature 50 designs by costume designer Marion Boyce as well as Tilly Dunnage’s costumes designed by Margot Wilson.

The exhibition is open Tuesday – Sunday from September 1 until December 11 at Ayers House Museum, 288 North Terrace, Adelaide.

Buy tickets online or at the door.