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Modelling fashion

from the advertisement Camp-Berlei Foundation Garments: Physiological Support (G)

Fashionable garments are modelled displaying a range of designers clothes include a dress by couturier Melnotte Simonin; a hand-embroidered coat with fur trim by designer Jacques Heim, a painted velvet georgette fabric again by Melnotte …

Dion the artist

from the documentary Cheeky Dog (G)

Joie Boulter speaks about having Dion’s artwork applied to T-shirts as a way to raise funds. We see examples of Dion’s artwork now applied to T-shirts. All royalties raised from the merchandise are …

The fittings

from the television program Fashionista – Alex Perry (PG)

Alex Perry runs through the A to Z of designing a wedding dress for the big day. It’s all about negotiating the demands of the bride, her mother and the bridesmaids.

Passionate about shoes

from the television program Fashionista – Donna-May Bolinger (G)

Not content with designing beautiful shoes, Donna-May Bolinger likes to dedicate each design to some imaginary muse. She shows us her latest, the shoe of a circus performer who she imagines was a highwire artiste …

‘A leftover hippy’

from the television program Fashionista – John Macarthur (G)

There are many different sorts of stitches and many fibres apart from wool that can be knitted, such as silk, cotton and even possum fur.

Surfie chic

from the television program Fashionista – Mambo (G)

Australia is a world leader in surf wear and surf culture. Robert Moore has been designing for Mambo for many years and is one of the best in the business, despite very little art school …

Like a bower bird

from the television program Fashionista – Naomi Goodsir (G)

Naomi Goodsir talks about how she developed as a milliner. In the early days, she could only afford to flat pattern and so developed the origami style of designing her creations for which she’ll …

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