Friday, February 25, 2011

Jane Eyre wedding movie costumes on display...

This year sees Mia Wasikowska star in the titular role of the movie adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's beloved romantic novel, 'Jane Eyre'.

Michael Fassbender stars alongside her as the moody, strong-willed Byronic 'Edward Rochester', who the orphaned governess Jane falls passionately in love with, but who hides a terrible secret.

Original wedding outfits worn by Michael Fassbender
and Mia Wasikowska in Jane Eyre
Actual Jane Eyre movie costumesJane Eyre movie costume display
Jane Eyre movie wedding outfitOriginal Jane Eyre movie costumes
Michael O'Connor was the Costume Designer responsible for these period wedding outfits from Jane Eyre, which was set in 19th century England. You can also see Michael O'Connor's costume work in The Eagle and The Duchess.

Jane Eyre movie poster
Jane Eyre movie poster

Original period wedding dress worn by Mia Wasikowska as Jane Eyre
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Jane Eyre Mia Wasikowska wedding dress
Jane Eyre film costumes
Mia Wasikowska wears this intricate wedding outfit as Jane Eyre in the movie to marry her beloved Edward Rochester.

If you're a fan of Mia Wasikowska, be sure to check out her dresses from Alice in Wonderland and outfit worn in The Kids Are All Right.

Wedding outfit worn by Michael Fassbender as Rochester
Rochester and Jane Eyre movie costumes
Michael Fassbender Jane Eyre costume
Jane Eyre Rochester movie costume
Jane Eyre Michael Fassbender film costume
This is the dashing Edward Rochester's wedding outfit worn by Michael Fassbender in the period romance movie.

Actual Jane Eyre costumes on display at ArcLight Hollywood
Jane Eyre movie costume exhibit
These original costumes were photographed on display at ArcLight Hollywood cinema on February 25, 2011 where they were installed by Olson Visual.

Buy Charlotte Bronte's classic book that the movie is adapted from: Jane Eyre (Movie Tie-in Edition) (Vintage Classics)

2 comments:

  1. Wonderful images of the costumes. Love them both, but why is the male mannequin barefoot?

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  2. They did have the boots, but sadly the mannequin's feet didn't allow for them to be put on!

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