Paley Center's 'The Artistry of Outlander' Exhibit Gives Fans Closer Look at Costumes and Sets

Joel Keller

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This costume is an 18th century interpretation of Dior's classic Bar Suit.

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(l to r) Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Paley Center / Starz

Designer Terry Dresbach stands next to Master Raymond's (Dominique Pinon) ornate costume.

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The exhibit itself recreates the opulence and extravagance of the House of Bourbon.

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Production Designer Jon Gary Steele's work is extremely detailed and elaborate.

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One of the most fun things about watching the Starz drama Outlander is the period costumes and sets that represent 18th century Parisian aristocracy. The poofy skirts! The ruffles! The intricate designs! It's enough to make you forget about the romance and intrigue.

The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills is recognizing the show's look with a new exhibit, called "The Artistry of Outlander," which is free and open to the public starting June 8. Featured are costumes and a few assembled production models of the show's sets. The exhibit also includes life-sized episodic photos, showing the costumes and sets in action.

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On June 6, the center held a preview, with cast members Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan, costume designer Terry Dresbach, production designer Jon Gary Steele, and executive producers Ronald D. Moore and Maril Davis.

Click above to see Dresbach and Steele show off some of their best creations.

Outlander, Saturdays, 9/8c, Starz.