A Fantastic Opening of Dreaming of Chanel at QUT

Adrian Franklin and me beside a Chanel suit

Opening night crowds - over 300 people attended

My talk the following day - wearing a fab 60s felted wool jacket

A sexy silk dress with a mink collar by Ceil Chapman
Nadia Buick curated this wonderful exhibition of dresses and accessories from my second book, Dreaming of Chanel. The gallery at QUT looked like the salon of the finest couture house in Paris. Dresses of all styles, colours and decades graced the space and Grant's illustrations added extra glamour to the hand painted navy and pink striped walls. The stars twinkled as Adrian opened the exhibition in the courtyard of the gallery. Hundreds of guests wandered through the exhibition for next few hours. What a fantastic evening and exhibition. The show is on until the 16th October. I hope you enjoy the fashion and intimate stories of the women who wore the dresses.

A stunning wool riding outfit from the end of the 19th c

A photo shoot for the Courier Mail wearing a 60s mini dress from the UK

Grant's beautiful illustrations were framed and on display