[CANCELLED] Fashion Unites: Celebrating Fashion Diversity


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Due to the current circustances we’ve taken the precaution to cancel this event. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your understanding.

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Join us as we wrap up the MPavilion 2019 season with a Runway that celebrates design, creativity and difference.

On the final day of the five month program, Multicultural Museums Victoria, in collaboration with Creative Victoria, presents Fashion Unites, a stunning fashion Runway, which offers a breathtaking array of contemporary fashion design from a diverse cross-section of Victorian talent.

Multicultural Museums Victoria is an alliance of five museums that have come together to share their history, culture, art and fashion as one. Fashion Unites will light up MPavilion with a spectacular fashion collection reflective of the different cultures that comprise Multicultural Museums Victoria.

The five member museums that make up Multicultural Museums Victoria are: Hellenic MuseumIslamic Museum of Australia, Jewish Museum of Australia, Museo Italiano Co.As.It. and Museum of Chinese Australia. The forthcoming Vietnamese Museum of Australia is also joining Multicultural Museums Victoria for Fashion Unites.

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