Inside the 200 Years of Australian Fashion Exhibition
The new Melbourne exhibition showcases the history of Australian fashion
Just opened in Melbourne’s NGV gallery, 200 Years of Australian Fashion looks at the history of the fashion industry across the ditch. The exhibition features more than 120 works from over 90 designers, like Akira, Ellery, Toni Maticevski and Kiwi-raised Collette Dinnigan. Spanning the past and present, other features include Australia’s earliest known surviving dress and an exclusive commission from designer Dion Lee.
- 200 Years of Australian Fashion, The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Federation Square, Melbourne. Until July 31.
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