Remotely Fashionable


Original, eclectic, and occasionally eccentric, Remotely Fashionable: A Story of Subtropical Style is the refreshing sartorial history of a place that fashion forgot: Queensland, Australia. This anthology weaves together 150 years of style in the ‘Sunshine State’, where flapper frocks were unfashionably long but mid-century beachwear was scandalously brief. Featuring new essays and profiles that are richly illustrated with archival images curated from public and private collections, this unique fashion book proves that Paris, London, and Milan aren’t the world’s only style capitals.

Dimensions: Approx. 24cm long x 20cm wide x 2cm thick

Photo credit: product shots Jaala Alex. 

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