Dundullimal Homestead's vintage bride fashion exhibition excites crowds

Elizabeth Frias
Updated April 17 2023 - 2:45pm, first published 2:00pm
Australian history lecturer Dr Sarah Bendall with her book, Shaping Feminity at Dundullimal Homestead exhibition of Unveiling the Shape of the Vintage Bride. Picture by Belinda Soole
Australian history lecturer Dr Sarah Bendall with her book, Shaping Feminity at Dundullimal Homestead exhibition of Unveiling the Shape of the Vintage Bride. Picture by Belinda Soole

A large collection of wedding dresses worn by the region's women before the 1900s through to the war-time designs of the iconic fashionista Christian Dior have made a comeback at the historic Dundullimal Homestead.

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Elizabeth Frias

Elizabeth Frias

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I began my news reporting days in western and inner west Sydney before joining the Daily Liberal's Dubbo NSW newsroom. Telling all sorts of stories about people, places and events is my daily preoccupation so email me at elizabeth.frias@austcommunitymedia.com.au and I'll be in touch!

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