If you're in Sydney next weekend make sure you get along to the 1950's Fair @ Rose Seidler House in Wahroonga. Last year was a hoot with lots of costumes, goodies to buy and dancing!
The Rose Seidler House was built by Harry Seidler for his wife rose. It was his first Australian commission (1948-50), the house features an open plan minimalist design with all the mod cons of the day. Its post-war design collection is one of the country’s most important. Tours of the house will be offered throughout the day.
Relive the good times with live swing and rockin’ hillbilly, DJs & dancing, and vehicle displays. Dress up for your chance to win the "Best Dressed" Fashionista award.
Specialist collectors and dealers will sell fabulous 50s pieces including household gadgets, toys, jewellery, knick-knacks, books, clothing and furniture.
Entry is $20 (general) and $15 (conc & members) $55 (family ticket).
Rose Seidler House
71 Clissold Road, Wahroonga, NSW 2076
Photographs (c) Jody Pachniuk, Fifties Fair 2009
Photography: Justin Mackintosh mackintoshphotography.com.au
See you there!!