Posted by Kristian Hatton
03. Sep, 2012
|September 9, 2012|
Come take a little trip down Memory Lane at that little ol’ Cinema up past Windsor, The Astor Theatre. Come have some afternoon tea before sinking into this class A documentary that fashionistas will luuuurve.
Directed by Lesley Sharon Rosenthal, Boutique Magnifique reminisces Melbourne’s stylin’ Collins Street and its bevvie of best bygone boutiques before. Eighteen little movie trawl through the most exclusive of shopping treasure houses, from a hundred years ago to present times in chronological order.
Take a journey through fashion as we get our spring on and celebrate how incredibly awesome we’ve always dressed. Well, not me, I’m a slob, to tell the truth.
WHEN: Sunday, 9 September, starts 2pm
WHERE: The Astor Theatre, 1 Chapel Street, St Kilda
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