Stepping away from her signature pink, Barbie honours the Sydney Opera House with more subtle tones in her gown, that reflect the Opera House and its Harbourside location
We wear jewellery as articles of dress and fashion and for sentimental reasons – as tokens of love, as symbols of mourning, as souvenirs of travel
There’s a variety of headwear across our collections ranging in date from early to late nineteenth century
The flapper was an alluring vision of sophistication and freedom for young women globally
The Ikon Studio archive of candid street photography is a documentation of everyday life on one busy Sydney city street recorded over several days in 1950
Shading the face, fanning a fire into a blaze or cooling food, shooing away insects, conveying social status, even passing discreet romantic messages - the use of the fan goes far beyond the creation of a breeze.
It’s amazing the characters you come across when researching the NSW Police Forensic Archive
The 1920s heralded the brave new world that emerged from the devastation of World War I