The storytellers of Australian fashion, Pamela Easton and Lydia Pearson’s unique approach referenced art, travel, film, literature and music to create a bold aesthetic characterised by daring patterns, innovative materials, meticulous techniques and a sustainable ethos.
For the first major exhibition from Museum of Brisbane’s Easton Pearson Archive, we worked together with Pamela and Lydia to select the designs they felt highlighted the greatest innovations of their design practice and to share the stories behind the evolution of each garment: the design process, techniques, collaborations, experimentation’s, successes and set-backs.
The garments will be showcased on more than 60 forms, alongside accessories, look books, sketches and range plans.
Slow fashion, sustainability, design practice and experimental future fashion will also form the basis of the exhibition’s public programs to begin in December.
Clare Press, Vogue Australia’s Sustainability Editor-at-large and author of the Wardrobe Crisis has interviewed Pamela and Lydia for a podcast to accompany the exhibition. Don’t forget your smart phone and headphones when you visit so you can tune in.
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About the Easton Pearson Archive