Friends, Fashion & Fabulousness

The Making of an Australian Style

Sally Gray

Manolo Blahnik once claimed that Australia was ‘the most creative place in the world'. He was referring to the fashion and art worlds created by the principal characters in this book in Melbourne and then in Sydney, in the 1970s-90s. Four friends were at its heart: designers Jenny Kee and Linda Jackson and artists Peter Tully and David McDiarmid.
Date Published :
July 2020
Publisher :
Arden
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781925984590
Pages : 330
Dimensions : 9 X 6 inches
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Overview
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Famed shoe designer Manolo Blahnik once claimed that Australia in the 1970s was ‘the most creative place in the world.' He was referring to the fashion and art worlds created by the principal characters in this book, first in Melbourne and then in Sydney, in the 1970s–90s. Four friends in particular are at the heart of this book: fashion designers Jenny Kee and Linda Jackson and artists Peter Tully and David McDiarmid.

About The Author
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Dr Sally Gray is a fresh-voiced historian of Australian art and culture with degrees in history from Monash University and the University of Sydney, a PhD in Art History from the University of New South Wales and a track record of scholarly and popular publications.

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