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BRAZENLY BELLA • In 2015, Vogue Australia featured a young, fresh-faced Bella Hadid for the very first time.
DREAM WEAVER • Paul Vasileff, founder of Adelaide-based couture house Paolo Sebastian, has created the label’s second collection in collaboration with Disney for the launch of Frozen 2. Here, the designer shares why you’re never too old for a little fantasy.
CAST IN STONES • The latter half of the year signals a loosening of the mood and this time all-out glamour comes to the fore. The new starting point? Haute baubles and jewelled trinkets, as old-world ideas of elegance put fine jewellery back in the frame. Dress to complement armfuls and earfuls of haute jewels in souped-up party dresses, ultra-sharp tailoring and liberal sheen.
TOUGH LOVE • Pretty accoutrements are benched this season. Chokers and chains are the new stars.
EVENING STANDARD • These collectibles are both timepiece and showpiece. Diamond-encrusted faces marry accessory with utility, meaning a glimmering watch is primed for an evening out.
INSTANT CONNECTION • A fine-jewellery label, borne of two Instagram-savvy Italians, makes modern classics to outlast any social media trend.
LIFE AQUATIC • A fascination with environmental phenomena proved a natural well of inspiration for Jordan Askill, who dove headfirst into the sea to design his new jewellery collection.
KINDRED SPIRITS • Costume designer Alice Babidge and The Vampire’s Wife founder Susie Cave have both forged creative careers behind the scenes. But a collection of otherworldly dresses has drawn their unique connection out of the shadows and into the light.
JULIA RESTOIN ROITFELD • We ask fashion’s pre-eminent talents to curate their world through style. Julia Restoin Roitfeld, model, Romy and the Bunnies founder, and now the Outnet collaborator, share hers.
DRESSED FOR CHANGE • Timed perfectly for Australian seasons, consider resort a pre-summer wardrobe refresh. From colour to silhouette, it’s less a wardrobe about-face as a smooth lane change achieved with some simple updates.
ANIMAL INSTINCT • Richard Quinn satiated an appetite for maximalism at Moncler, pairing head to-toe leopard print and a classic shape with a wilder inclination.
HOUSE AWAKENED • An insider’s heritage brand is treading new ground as Daniel Lee weaves his modern magic into Bottega Veneta.
INSIDE TRACK • In the thick of racing season, what to wear and how to prepare is a breeze with the help of Vogue editors. Here, they share how they’ll be doing race day.
CROWN PRINTS • As Dame Zandra Rhodes’s label turns 50, the madcap British designer shows no sign of slowing down. Clare Press meets the unstoppable fashion force.
AFTER-HOURS • The daydream of shutting down a store to refresh a personal wardrobe comes alive at the newly redeveloped fashion floors at David Jones Elizabeth Street with its fantasy rollcall of local and international designers. Vogue tries on the season’s standouts.
CALLING THE SHOTS • Following the release of her two television comedy specials, Ali Wong has been praised as both a genius and groundbreaker. But it hasn’t always been this way. In this extract from her memoir Dear...