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'Aurelio Costarella - A 30 Year Retrospective' at the Western Australian Museum

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Celebrate 30 Years of Exquisite Designs
One of Western Australia's most successful fashion designers, Aurelio Costarella has enjoyed an amazing thirty year career. The Western Australian Museum proudly presents a new exhibition entitled 'Aurelio Costarella - A 30 Year Retrospective' to celebrate this wonderful achievement. This free exhibition is open now and will run until Sunday 2nd February, 2014.

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This unique fashion exhibition gives visitors the opportunity to see some of talented designer, Aurelio Costarella's, exquisite designs and features garments, textiles, photographs, video and more, all displayed throughout the museum.

Containing thirty gowns designed by Aurelio Costarella, this exhibition showcases his exquisite evening wear designs. These beautiful designs have been admired and worn by many international celebrities including Geri Halliwell, Dita Von Teese, Rhianna, Tina Arena, Dannii Minogue, Jennifer Hawkins, Emma Booth and Naya Rivera.

The 'Aurelio Costarella - A 30 year Retrospective' exhibition is a not to be missed event for fashion fans and everyone is welcome to attend this free event.

Aurelio Costarella designs are available from several stores throughout Australia, or you can check out his latest collection on-line.

For further information about the 'Aurelio Costarella - A 30 year Retrospective' exhibition, visit The Western Australian Museum website.
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Why? Check Out the Designs of Aurelio Costarella
When: Until Sunday 2nd February, 2014
Phone: (08) 9212 3700
Where: Western Australian Museum
Cost: Free
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