Strike a Pose... with Lee Lin Chin

Explore the world of Australian style in the 1960s and 70s, when trendsetters created a fashion revolution with a mix of miniskirts, space-aged garments and 'granny' dresses. Posed fashion shots sit alongside the exuberance of street culture, capturing the essence of a period when cultural change ruled.

This showcase includes comments by Lee Lin Chin and accompanies the National Archives exhibition, Strike a Pose … with Lee Lin Chin.

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    Inspired by the moon landing, 1969
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    Miniskirts still popular, 1972
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    'Granny' dresses, 1975
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    Australian Wool Corporation fashion campaign, late 1960s / early 1970s
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    Australian women’s fashion, 1967
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    Wool fashions for tweens, 1971
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    A striking campaign, 1971–72
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    leaping ladies Pierre Cardin - 7648090 showcase item
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    Bold, colourful and geometric, 1972
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    Larrikin race goers, 1974
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    Latest winter wool fashions, 1968
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