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Jenny Kee and Linda Jackson

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In the mid 1970s Jenny Kee and Linda Jackson began to forge a unique vision of Australian dress, one that didn’t look to the trend-driven fashion mainstream for inspiration but drew on Australia’s cultural and natural landscape and the art of Indigenous Aboriginal Australians. Theirs was not a purist expression of Australian identity but one that melded an eclectic assortment of elements drawn from colour theory, art history, theatre, Chinese opera, Buddhism, European haute couture as well as th...

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