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The image of Phryne as the "Silver Lady with wings" comes directly from Kerry Greenwood's novel 'Ruddy Gore', which is the same title of the episode this outfit appears in. The fabric for the dress was purchased by the designer in the garment district of Hong Kong before filming commenced on Series 1.

The image of Phryne as the "Silver Lady with wings" comes directly from Kerry…

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missfishersmurdermysteries: Mystery of Marion’s Costume Designs Marion Boyce’s costumes aka Essie has the coolest gig in TV land. An interview with the costume designer, Marion Boyce, for Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries.

Costume designer Marion Boyce takes us behind the scenes of the beloved Australian crime series.

Nine Costume-Design Secrets About Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

Nine Costume-Design Secrets About Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries Costume designer Marion Boyce takes us behind the scenes of the beloved Australian crime series.

This hat was donated to the ABC and the costume team reworked and restored it by re-embroidering the flowers and replacing the raffia. They also extended the brim to make it a summer hat for Phryne's beach holiday.

Post post on her Phryne Christmas headband brooch I found that “ Gareth Blaha creates Phryne’s more outrageous "fluffy, frou frou” headwear”. The felt hats are by Mandy Murphy.

Phryne's polka-dot coat (seen in Series 2 Episode 7: 'Blood At The Wheel') is made from a sari that was purchased in Bangalore, India.

"Blood at the Wheel" Series 2 Episode 20 - Phryne's polka-dot coat is made from a sari that was purchased in Bangalore, India.

From King Memse's Curse (season 1, episode 13) the final scene, love the movement of this dress, so joyful. On the left as worn by Essie Davis, on the right from the Costume display at Old Government House Parramatta

From King Memse's Curse (season episode the final scene, love the movement of this dress, so joyful. On the left as worn by Essie Davis, on the right from the Costume display at Old Government House Parramatta

BEADED GREEN EVENING DRESS, 1920s | Pale mint chiffon, floral & leaf embroidery w/ silver sequins & blush pink barrel beads, multi-layered chiffon under dress

Beaded Green Evening Dress, Pale mint chiffon, floral & leaf embroidery w/ silver sequins & blush pink barrel beads, multi-layered chiffon under dress

Late 1920s, 1930s style clothing inpired by costumes of Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries. Get the look at VintageDancer.com/1920s

Miss Fisher Inspired Clothing: 1920s Fashion

Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries fashion comes to modern life with these outfits inspired by the TV series costumes.

A close-up of Miss Fisher's 'Let's Misbehave' frock worn in 'Dead Air' (Series 2, Episode 11)

A close-up of Miss Fisher's 'Let's Misbehave' frock worn in 'Dead Air' (Series…

My inner landscape  |  Phryne Fisher

stunning shade, matching hat, coat and gloves, contrast with clean white / Miss Phryne Fisher (Essie Davis) in 'Ruddy Gore' (Series Episode

Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries - "Phryne Fashion"

Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries exhibition, Rippon Lea Estate, VIC – 24 Nov 2013

Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries – Black & pink dresses in room with hats

From the circus to the bordello, there's really nowhere that Phryne Fisher feels out of place. She always manages to blend in with a great…

Welcome to a special edition of Fangirl Phryday, celebrating the Honorable Phryne (pronounced fry-NEE) Fisher, lady detective. The finale of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries season 3 just aired…

miss fisher fashions | Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

The Hon Phyrne Fisher (Essie Davis) in the TV series Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries set in Melbourne. It's based on the wonderful books by Kerry Greenwood.

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