The Dolly Model Who Dared To Grow Older

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Published Jun 19, 2022, 7:00 PM

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If you picked up a magazine in the late 80s or early 90s, chances are Alison Brahe Daddo was on it. Her face (and hair) were iconic to a generation of Australian women.

So what happens when a model grows up, has a family, and turns 50? What happens when her face and body and identity changes? Alison Daddo (nee Brahe) has a lot to say about getting older in a culture obsessed with youth.

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