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All Things Australia - Australian Style – The Freedom State

What is it about Australian style that's so easily identified when in another country? Yes, quite often it's the one's wearing a reasonably nice outfit , then chooses to wear a plugger with it because well.....it's the easiest most convenient option. Cringe. And of course theres the odd, dare we say it 'stretched out wife beater singlet' that apparently made a come back in main stream fashion around 2000. Daggy is quite often used to describe a quintessential Aussies style, although there…

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'Familiar Australian Singers', c 1895  Singer Sewing Machine Co.

First established as I.M. Singer & Co. in 1851 by Isaac Merritt Singer with New York lawyer Edward Clark. Best known for its sewing machines, it was renamed Singer Manufacturing Company in 1865, then The Singer Company in 1963. Its first large factory for mass production was built in Elizabeth, New Jersey in 1863. -- Wikipedia


LOUIS MACOUILLARD (1913-1987) AUSTRALIA / GO MATSON. 28x19 1/2 inches, 71x50 cm. Condition A-: minor tears through left margin; creases in margins. Paper.

Hills Hoist: The Iconic Rotary Clothesline that Shaped Suburban Australia - 99% Invisible

It has appeared on stamps and been featured in an Olympic ceremony, inspired works of fine art and comedic spoofs. This seemingly simple invention, the Hills Rotary Hoist (or simply “Hills Hoist”), is a fixture of the classic Australian Dream: a house on a quarter-acre lot with a big backyard, incomplete without a particular type of rotating clothesline. The

"Help Australia to help you" - recipe booklet issued by the Australian High Commissioner, London, 1939 - sadly, the ingredients mentioned would soon become unavailable.

The cover of this publicity item leaves no doubt as to the message being sold - the clue is in the appearance of several kangeroos - cooking. For many years Australian prduce was heavily promoted in the UK - organisations such as the Empire Marketing Board pushed the colonial links that made 'foreign' foodstuffs such as soft fruit, butter and other ingredients effectively 'British'. This little cookery booklet was issued by the Australian High Commission in London in 1939 - sadly the supply…

’Great Barrier Reef’ vintage Australian advertising poster, by James Northfield – reproduced under license by Australian Vintage Posters

‘Melbourne’ vintage Australian advertising poster, by James Northfield – reproduced under license by Australian Vintage Posters ‘Mornington’ vintage Australian advertising poster, by James Northfield – reproduced under license by Australian Vintage Posters Ok so this gem stumbled into my inbox last week and I must admit I have shuffled a few things around to get it up in time …

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Below-the-knee length Winter Tunic Dress made from 100% organic cotton by Australia label, Orientique. A pocketed dress that drapes in all the right places, asymmetric lines give this savvy style a point of difference. A loose-fitting cut with a scoop neck, this Japanese patchwork art print creates a comfy dress that is also a winter show stopper! Looking fabulous for the cooler months has never been so easy.
Available in sizes 10 to 24. 100% stretch cotton fabric interwoven with earthy-inspired woodgrain patterns. Creating a mid-weight, yet cozy vintage and textured denim look. A sandy white background and Rosewood splashes. Completed with overlocking detail, this classically cut range is designed with longevity in mind, Orientique carefully and ethically produces styles to wear now and for seasons to come.