Downton Abbey costumes go on display

Downton Abbey costumes go on display

Downton Abbey's much-loved period costumes are the stars of a new exhibition in Bampton, Oxfordshire

Good news, Downton fans! As we begin the countdown to the fourth series, we can reveal that a selection of costumes from the hit ITV period drama are going on display at the West Ox Arts Gallery in Bampton, Oxfordshire.

We’ve cooed over Lady Mary’s stunning lace gowns, longed for elbow-length silk gloves and been in awe of the Dowager's imperious hats – and now we can finally get up close and personal with all of the Crawley’s clothes as ten star outfits go on show.

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Set to premiere next month, series four sees Downton Abbey move forward into the 1920s. We can’t wait to see how the outfits will evolve as the show portrays this liberating time in women’s fashion.

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The exhibition will run until 22 September at the West Ox Arts Gallery.

 
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