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Fashion capsule

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Fashion has been at the heart of human creative expression for centuries.

<b>The 50s...</b> Photography: Peta Rudd. Styling: Peta Rudd. Hair styling: Sheldon Brown, Vanessa Fenech, Jessica Baczynski (Cataldo's Salon). Makeup: Mary Li. Models: Izzy, Nicole, Emily And Isabella Special Thanks To Ruby & Handsome Bob, Lori & Buddy And Rosco. Click for more photos

Fashion capsule

A photographic journey of fashion through the decades, from some of Canberra's most talented creatives. 

Every era boasts new developments in innovation and style.

Miled Achi, creative director of In the City Magazine, has brought together the best creative talent Canberra has to offer from photographers, stylists, hair dressers, makeup artists and models.

We pay tribute to six decades of fashion every sumptuous image shot on location in the heart of the CBD featuring the spoils of city shopping.

And we show you the behind the scenes action for each shoot.

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