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The Paris End: Fashion and Photography in 1950s Melbourne

Jul 31

A virtual gallery dream.

In the 1950s, the high-end dressmaking salons and photography studios of Collins Street’s ‘Paris end’ wielded enormous influence on Australian style.

Learn about the glamour of the era through the story of a dress that found its way into the National Gallery of Victoria Collection courtesy of an iconic photograph by Athol Shmith. Speakers include the NGV’s Senior Curator of Photography, Susan van Wyk, and Curator of Fashion and Textiles, Danielle Whitfield

This talk will be delivered online. Add a reminder below and register your attendance here.

THE DETAILS

NGV Melbourne

VIRTUAL EVENT

FRIDAY JULY 31
2PM – 2.30PM

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www.ngv.vic.gov.au

2020-07-31 00:00:00 2020-07-31 00:00:00 Australia/Melbourne The Paris End: Fashion and Photography in 1950s Melbourne

In the 1950s, the high-end dressmaking salons and photography studios of Collins Street’s ‘Paris end’ wielded enormous influence on Australian style.

Learn about the glamour of the era through the story of a dress that found its way into the National Gallery of Victoria Collection courtesy of an iconic photograph by Athol Shmith. Speakers include the NGV’s Senior Curator of Photography, Susan van Wyk, and Curator of Fashion and Textiles, Danielle Whitfield

This talk will be delivered online. Add a reminder below and register your attendance here.

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