Founding editors Nadia Buick and Madeleine King share the back-story and guiding principles underpinning The Fashion Archives.
The state’s leading dress historian Margaret Maynard enlightens us on the untold story of Queensland fashion.
We take you behind the scenes to unearth some fashion related treasures from the Museum of Brisbane’s impressive collection.
Contemporary designer Paula Walden resurrects a 1960s Patrick Ogilvie hat, and in the process revives the lost craft of millinery.
Contemporary accessories designer Paula Walden tells us why she always knew she’d be a jeweller.
Margaret reveals the fascinating path she took to become one of the country’s most respected dress historians.
TFA Co-Director Nadia Buick shares her love of vintage fashion and her childhood dressing pedantry.
Michael Zavros explains how his Gold Coast upbringing coloured his unique perspective and artistic sensibility.
TFA Co-Director Madeleine King comes to terms with her reluctant affair with style.
Monochrome bowerbird Gail Sorronda reflects on her return to the Brisbane fashion scene.
The Fashion Archives catches up with Thea Basiliou, Brisbane boutique-owner and fashion maven, to reminisce about the past 20 years of Queensland style.
TFA’s People & Places is your road-map to the key sites, figures, and scenes that have shaped fashion in Queensland from the late 19th century onwards. Our region-by-region coverage to starts with the capital, Brisbane.
We examine the past and present of leading fashion duo Easton Pearson.
In his heyday, Brisbane-based milliner Patrick Ogilvie was the go-to guy for some the the city’s most stylish women.