Vogue opens its archives at National Portrait Gallery in Canberra

Sherryn Groch
Updated October 15 2019 - 12:09am, first published October 11 2019 - 4:30am

For 60 years, households across Australia have held onto copies of Vogue Australia, on coffee tables and bookshelves and even in, ahem, bathrooms. But the magazine lost most of its own archives about three decades ago when a fire ripped through its Sydney offices.

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Sherryn Groch

Sherryn Groch


Sherryn is a journalist at The Canberra Times, with a special interest in education and social affairs.

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