More than a hundred garments and accessories from revolutionary fashion designer Mary Quant are soon to be presented in an expansive exhibition at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Stuff reveals. Known as the maverick who invented the miniskirt, the British designer’s name has become synonymous with revolt and rebellion. The namesake exhibition, which will run at the Auckland Art Gallery from November 19 until March 13, has travelled from London’s V&A and traces the evolution of Quant’s fashion career.
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