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Pattern and Print: Easton Pearson Archive

Date

Sun 05th June 2022

Location

2 Mistral Road
South Murwillumbah NSW

Other Dates

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Sat 20th May 3200, 04:52pm

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Sat 20th May 0000, 04:53pm

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Sat 20th May 0400, 04:54pm

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Sat 20th May 7200, 04:55pm

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Sat 20th May 4000, 04:56pm

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Sat 20th May 4400, 04:57pm

Details

Pattern and Print: Easton Pearson Archive is a celebration of the internationally acclaimed fashion house Easton Pearson.

Easton Pearson was at the cutting edge of international fashion between 1998 and 2016. The success of the Brisbane fashion house hinged on the creative relationship between Pamela Easton and Lydia Pearson, whose unique ways of working fostered inventive designs, lasting collaborations, and supported ethical manufacture.

Pattern and Print: Easton Pearson Archive highlights Easton Pearsons collaborative approach, featuring a selection of vibrant garments that highlight the technical innovations, bespoke fabric, bold prints and embellishment choices of the fashion house over its remarkable 28-year history.

An exhibition by Museum of Brisbane (MoB), toured by Museums & Galleries Queensland. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government’s Visions of Australia program.

The Easton Pearson Archive gift to Museum of Brisbane has been made possible by the generous support of Dr Paul Eliadis AM, a Brisbane-based philanthropist and patron of contemporary art and design. Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program. The Archive is complemented by supporting materials gifted by Pamela Easton and Lydia Pearson.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Governments Visions of Australia program.

The Easton Pearson Archive gift to Museum of Brisbane has been made possible by the generous support of Dr Paul Eliadis, a Brisbane-based philanthropist and patron of contemporary art and design. The Archive consists of more than 3,300 garments donated by Dr Eliadis through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program, 2017. It is supported by more than 5,000 accessories, specification sheets, range plans, look books, photographs and other supporting material donated by Pamela Easton and Lydia Pearson, 2018.

Image credit: The Designers Guide: Easton Pearson Archive 2018 Photo: Carl Warner Illustration: Stephen Mok Donated by Dr Paul Eliadis AM through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2017 Easton Pearson Archive, Museum of Brisbane Collection

Date

Sun 05th June 2022

Location

2 Mistral Road
South Murwillumbah NSW

Other Dates

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Sat 20th May 3200, 04:52pm

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Sat 20th May 0000, 04:53pm

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Sat 20th May 0400, 04:54pm

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Sat 20th May 7200, 04:55pm

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Sat 20th May 4000, 04:56pm

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Thu 01st January 1970, 12:00am

Sat 20th May 4400, 04:57pm