Unveiled: 200 Years of Wedding Glamour

A stunning collection of wedding gowns has been launched at the WA Museum with a glamorous VIP wedding ceremony. The exhibition includes dresses worn by Gwen Stefani, Dita Von Teese and Sarah Jessica Parker and spans styles from the early 1800’s to modern day.

Dita VT

Dita Von Teese’s exquisite wedding gown designed by Vivienne Westwood, and includes shoes by Christian Louboutin, hat by Stephen Jones and corset by Mr Pearl.

Wedding 1

Beautiful wedding gown from the 1800’s.

Wedding Dress 2

Stunning 1930’s satin wedding gown featuring a split train.

Wedding Dress Stars

Intricate pearl star beading with layers of tulle.

Phillip Treacy

Show stopping Phillip Treacy headwear designed for a British high society bride.

Wedding Dress S & TC

Dress was worn by Sarah Jessica Parker in the movie Sex and the City Two.

DVT Wedding Gown

Dita Von Teese’s exquisite Vivienne Westwood wedding gown and Christian Louboutin shoes.

DVT Mr Pearl

Dita Von Teese’s custom made Mr Pearl wedding corset.

Wedding Dress Lacroix

Vogue Editor in Chief Grace Mirabellas incredible Lacroix wedding gown.

Ray Costarella Gown

Image : Courtesy of Emily Parish

The evening ended with a very special, surprise addition to the Unveiled exhibition with a beautiful wedding gown by designer Aurelio Costarella, pictured above.



This truly breathtaking exhibition is on at the WA Museum and is a must see for anyone who loves fashion and beautifully crafted garments and accessories. You can find more information at the WA Museum website and if you are still looking for a truly unique Christmas gift, you can purchase gift tickets here and even enjoy a luscious high tea before enjoying the exhibition.

Enjoy lovelies!

A xxx


6 thoughts on “Unveiled: 200 Years of Wedding Glamour

  1. How lovely,. I am going to have to go and have a look. My favourite from the photos was Dita Von Teese’s. Love it.

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