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Jodie Comer's Killing Eve costumes are going on show to the public.
The pink dress the Bafta-winning actress wore as assassin Villanelle will be among the highlights of a behind-the-scenes exhibition.
Fans will be able to see the costume designs from the first series of Phoebe Waller-Bridge's TV hit, including the Molly Goddard pink dress paired with Balenciaga boots.
The outfits are part of a new exhibition featuring scripts, handcrafted models and costumes from different dramas.
Three other Killing Eve costumes will be on display at the Bafta: Behind The Screens exhibition, including the Dries Van Noten suit, blue Burberry dress and jeans, jacket and top all worn by Comer.
Bafta chief executive Amanda Berry said: "Behind every Bafta-nominated film, game or television programme are immense creativity and incredible technical skills, delivered by literally hundreds of people who are passionate about their craft.
"Our ever-changing exhibition will shine a light on these nominees and their personal journeys."
Visitors can also explore the hair and make-up designs for The Favourite, see Chiwetel Ejiofor's preparation for his role in 12 Years A Slave, and highlights from award-winning children's television, including The Clangers.
The Duke of Cambridge will officially launch Bafta Piccadilly, home to the new, free exhibition and cafe, on 16 September.
Bafta: Behind The Screens is open to the public from 17 September at 194 Piccadilly, London.
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