THE only connection might be fishnet tights, but the new Kylie on Stage exhibition has opened at the WA Maritime Museum in Fremantle.
Featuring designs by Dolce & Gabbana, Jean Paul Gaultier, John Galliano and Julien Macdonald, expect loads of memorable Kylie Minogue outfits, accessories and camp memorabilia.
The exhibition, which will not visit any other city in WA, has already toured regional Victoria and Melbourne, where it attracted about 250,000 visitors.
“This is a great opportunity; it’s going to be such a fun exhibition” said WA arts minister David Templeman, whose favourite Kylie song is I should be so lucky.
“We want to make sure that we keep bringing high quality exhibitions to Western Australia so our audiences can enjoy them.”
Kylie on Stage curator Margot Anderson says it’s full of treasures: “It’s a great way to re-visit some of the wonderful memories of going to Kylie’s tours and concerts over the years.”
Kylie on Stage is on until early June.
by CHARLIE BRAY