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Kylie on Stage

By Ben Stephens

Kylie Minogue may wear a number of hats, all shapes and sizes, from the Order of the British Empire to the Order of Arts and Letters from the French government to a Lock & Co black fedora that she was rocking at the recent Brit Awards. It makes you think, doesn’t it? Where is that fedora now, does it just fall to the back of her closet with the rest of her 37-year career of gracing stages from Melbourne to Timbuktu? I can’t vouch for that fedora in particular, but the costumes and fashion from the Goddess of Pop have been curated by the good people at the Arts Centre Melbourne in their brand new exhibition, Kylie on Stage.

Over the years Kylie has shown men, women and even those who prefer not to say how to absolutely slay it in the world of fashion. From the late 80’s, Kyle was showing us how to rock high waisted denim with a tucked cardigan and ginormous hooped earrings, while her poodle perm hair would bounce alongside her luscious bangs. What a time be alive!

The 90’s came by and Kylie was sporting a list of hits and misses, yet they always worked for her. As we went along on the ride through her 20’s and early 30’s, her eloquent style was complimented by her petite figure. The early 2000’s saw those gold hotpants shot to stardom after appearing in the *Spinning Around film clip. Recently, Kylie stated that those short shorts set her back all of 50 English pence (approx .76c AUD).

Over the last decade, her style has always been on point – nothing too risqué, yet nothing beige or horribly boring, a lady to look to, if you will.

Kylie on Stage pays homage to the fashion that was seen on stage, from the stuff of the late 80’s up to her Aphrodite Les Folies Tour in 2011. The list of designers on show range from Dolce & Gabbana and Karl Lagerfeld to the likes of Peter Morrissey and Jean Paul Gaultier.

The Emporium Melbourne and QT Melbourne have teamed up to craft a little package where you can win a night with us and a gift card of $1000 and private transfer to and from the exhibition – find more about that over HERE.

Kylie on Stage is at the Arts Centre Melbourne until mid-January 2017.

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