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Since 1979, Rose Chong Costumiers have been dealing in elaborate and vibrant maximalist attire for hire. In 40 years, it has established itself as an iconic and legendary Melbourne staple among the Inner-North’s queer scene. But neither Rose Chong’s nor fancy-dress are as simple as they first seem according to Dan, one of the long-time “Chongettes” who works there. When considered with care and attention, they reveal glittering ideas of play and fun and community. From a queer lens – or rather, a mirror – this unassuming costume shop is a place where one might begin to conceive truths about themselves and their identities. How to Dress Like Me is a 5-minute documentary that contends with the intersections of play, queerness, and clothes.

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