Vogue Australia epitomises the finest in fashion, design and journalism. It enlightens, entertains and inspires by focusing on its position as the authoritative voice in Australian fashion. Vogue Australia combines a modern mix of glamour, style and intelligence presenting the ultimate in fashion, beauty, health, and the arts.
Contributors • A new season of fashion and a celebration of First Nations talent, this issue harnessed the passion and skill of creatives who produced magic on our pages.
New wave • First Nations models Tarlisa Gaykamangu and Cindy Rostron front two of this issue’s most compelling features captured in-studio and against the sublime backdrop of the Northern Territory.
Forever Jane • We honour the monumental Jane Birkin - actress, model, accidental icon - as Robin Muir, fashion historian and former picture editor at British Vogue, recollects her innate style that will eternally captivate.
Statement of intent • The autumn/winter ’23/’24 season opened like designers meant it: in hot pursuit of purposeful clothing, they powered new directions - from decisive essentials to potent glamour. Dress with distinction.
Meet the moment • The new season is about reframing, shape-shifting and updating the clothes we know with unmissable twists that speak to the here and now.
Plush hour • The supersized hardware is not the only exaggerated element of Gucci's Horsebit Chain bag. In touchable teddy shearling, it's begging to be scooped up and held tight.
Girl meets world • Bundjalung and Arakwal woman Elaine George was scouted at 17 and soon after became Vogue Australia’s inaugural First Nations cover model. On the 30th anniversary of that issue, the model and mentor reminisces about that time and an unfolding legacy.
Speaking volumes • In line with their name, Song for the Mute has largely let their clothes do the talking but now, with a global collaboration and an Australian flagship, they’re making their biggest statement yet. By Alice Birrell.
Fashion first • Vogue Vanguard celebrates emerging game-changers and innovators. We platform the First Nations creatives following a path hard-fought by trailblazing forebearers. Here, how they’re shaping a better version of fashion.
Octavius la Rosa • The curatorial force behind Dot Comme has parlayed an obsession with fashion into a career as a collector. he shares his inspirations.
Directors cut • Sofia Coppola has kept an exhaustive record of every film she has made, and for the first time has collected the highlights into a limited-edition book. Hannah
Teenage dream • Remember Judy Blume? The author who captured teenage angst, and all of its joy, is having a resurgence, courtesy of a brilliant documentary and the first film adaptation of her most iconic work. Annie Brown revisits her books for a trip down memory lane.
Shelf portrait • A suite of new coffee-table books with a focus on fashion celebrate style, design and the creatives who set the agenda.
Sliding doors • What if you had the chance to reconnect with your first love? In her acclaimed new film, loosely based on a true story, Greta Lee explores just that. By Hannah-Rose Yee.
Period drama • The best series take you to another time, whether it’s World War II-era Sydney or 1980s Melbourne. By Hannah-Rose Yee.
In her element • Not all seismic shifts are immediate, a fact Bangardidjan Cindy Rostron embodies. The ranger and emerging model who walks in two worlds, speaks about a convergence igniting change.
Face forward • Tarlisa Gaykamangu is a monumental beauty and so, too, her breakout as a model which has the potential to be future-defining.
Speaking in harmony • As Australia faces a...