Leading Australian fashion designers will exhibit original pieces that they've created for their historical muses. Herringbone has taken inspiration from John Curtin, Zimmerman riffs on Annette Kellerman, Sass and Bide have designed with Merivale Hemmes in mind, and Camilla has taken Jean Garling as muse. See the bespoke garments on display and hear their creators discuss their design processes. Champagne and sandwiches included.
Australia's growing Muslim community means a modest fashion market is slowly emerging. Powerhouse curator Glynis Jones will discuss the trend and highlight key exhibits in the museum's Faith, Fashion, Fusion: Muslim women's style in Australia exhibition.
Give Face Hunter a rest for the afternoon and check out this talk and accompanying exhibition instead. Sydney photographer Patricia Baillie has been taking street style snaps for decades, and here she'll explore the diverse styles of inner-city Sydneysiders.
The curator of a new Sydney Jewish Museum exhibition explains, many iconic Aussie fashion brands – including Jets Swimwear (pictured), Seafolly, Cornelius Furs and Dinosaur Designs – are just the latest chapter in the history of the Jewish fashion industry.