MAMBO: 30 Years of Shelf Indulgence Exhibition

An Exhibition that toured nationally from 2015-2016, starting at the National Gallery of Victoria

Mambo: 30 years of shelf-indulgence presents all the ideas, key elements and oddities that have made it one of Australia’s most memorable brands. The exhibition sees NGV Studio housing the largest collection of Mambo works ever assembled, ranging from way back in 1984 to the present day, including original artworks, developmental works (some never seen before) and a retrospective of the most-loved pieces produced during its history.

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CLEO Magazine Feature

Interview with Brigid Moloney as Head Women’s Designer of Mambo, April 2014

How is Mambo making waves this year? We chat to Mambo artist and head women’s designer Brigid Moloney

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NO CURE Magazine Feature

Interview with Brigid Moloney, December 2015

As resident artist, product manager, and head of womenswear, one of Brigid’s many roles is to help distribute Mambo’s iconic styles nationally and internationally.



Featuring four prominent Australian designers invited to design and present their creations at the Vogue Summer Floating Party on The Island in Sydney Harbour. Jess Gomes represented Mambo’s design piece.

Joining in the celebrations were the designers behind Anna & Boy, Rachel Gilbert, Mambo and Sambag, who created one-off pieces for the occasion.

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Interview on the resurgence of Mambo Goddess, 2014

Going back to their rebellious, artistic roots, Australian cult brand Mambo has found it’s mojo. Mambo was masculine, now it is for beach glamazons.


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