From Paris to Albury

May 14, 2015  |  By  | 


Category: Fashion

When: Friday 15 May to Sunday 15 November Where: LibraryMuseum, Corner of Kiewa and Swift Streets, Albury Price: Free Stunning gowns and couture pieces will be on display in this LibraryMuseum foyer display to celebrate regional women and high fashion during the early years of the 1960s. This exhibition will include pieces created by significant Australian designers Beril Jents and Germaine Rocher, as well as European designers Hardy Aimes and Jean Patou. In a time before the internet or Australian fashion weeks, the glamorous high-society of Paris, the fashion capital of the world, was still a lifetime away from the wide open spaces of regional Australia. How did people living in the regional areas bring a high-fashion style into the area? And how did Australian fashion develop to the industry it is today? Programs Style is Eternal Award-winning author Nicole Jenkins shares her old-school fashion tips to take your modern wardrobe from faddish to eternally stylish, without breaking the bank. Included will be a demonstration on creative ways to wear scarves. Join us to hear from Nicole and her new book, Style is Eternal, a queenly bible on how to live a most glamorous life. When: Saturday 23 May Time: 2.00pm Where: LibraryMuseum Price: Gold coin donation Bookings: 02 6023 8333