Style queen June Dally-Watkins dead at 92
Australia's queen of manners and deportment, June Dally-Watkins, has died aged 92.
The fashion icon died peacefully in her sleep overnight while surrounded by family members.
In 1950, she established the June Dally-Watkins School which eventually trained hundreds of Australian women in deportment and etiquette.
She later established Australia's first modelling agency and business college.
In 1993 Mrs Dally-Watkins was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia for services to business, and was named as one of the 100 Australian Legends and a National Treasure.
In recent years, Mrs Dally-Watkins had been dividing her time between Sydney and China where she was teaching etiquette.
"They want to be westernised, the Chinese," Mrs Dally-Watkins told 2GB last year. "They want to have good western manners. They want to know how to carry their body."
Mrs Dally-Watkins is survived by four children, seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Funeral details will be released at a later time.
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