After visiting the Miss Fisher’s Murder Mystery exhibition last year, we were excited to hear that the costumes from The Dressmaker were now on display at the beautiful Rippon Lea estate… The designer who did the costume for the Miss Fisher’s series…Marion Boyce…was one of two designers to work on this Australian film. Set in […]
My Friday Five – What to do in Melbourne over the long weekend!
By Sarah in General, Melbourne, Tea 2 Comments Tags: long weekend, Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, My Friday Five, NGV, Rippon Lea, Shifting Gear, tea, Travelling Samovar Tea House, What to do in Melbourne
I love Fridays! I particularly love Fridays when they are attached to a long weekend…like this one! So for this week’s edition of My Friday Five, I have put together some things to do in this wonderful city of ours! 1. Shifting Gear Exhibition This exhibition is currently on at the Ian Potter Centre in […]
Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries Costume Exhibition
By Sarah in Fashion, Melbourne, Vintage 3 Comments Tags: 1920s, Costume exhibition, Marion Boyce, Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, National Trust, Phryne Fisher, Rippon Lea
A little while ago I wrote about the new series of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries which is now showing here in Australia. As part of this much awaited season, there is a costume exhibition being held at the majestic Rippon Lea here in Melbourne. For Miss Fisher fans, Rippon Lea is where Aunt Prudence lives, […]