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House call • Actor Florence Pugh covers her first issue of Vogue Australia, captured in her home city by photographer Lachlan Bailey. against the backdrop of an eccentric North London home.
Grand masters • Couture has long sat at the apex of fashion, and for autumn/winter ’23/’24, designers embraced the pedigree. This was the season to revere innovation, relish technical rigour and rejoice in unimpeded imagination. On display: the art of making clothes.
Starry-eyed • Fendi’s enduring Peekaboo is festooned with cosmic shapes in hand-loomed velvet. Proof that some wardrobe stars only get brighter with time.
A fine thing • Today’s jewellery and timepieces are more than finishing touches, becoming shining counterpoints to the best of the season.
Gold standard • Instantly recognisable, bold, unmissable. Has there ever been an emphatic symbol of success quite like the gold Rolex?
From the heart • Delfina Delettrez Fendi is curious, thoughtful, exhilarating company and a rule-breaker - all of which she’s applied to the debut of her family house’s first full high jewellery offering.
A matter of time • Two things led Jennifer Lawrence to her role as ambassador of elegance for Longines: a love of watches and a shared vision that style should be understated and effortless.
Elegance of empire • The grandeur of Venice and the floating city’s fascinating history inform and inspire Mediterranea, Bulgari’s new high jewellery and fine watch presentation.
Watch this space • The world of horology, long dominated by men, is undergoing an evolution. Annie Brown meets the female watch aficionados making this once rarefied realm appealing and accessible to more women.
Life aquatic • Tiffany’s newest high jewellery offering is awash with oceanic motifs and the influential spirit of a house great.
High places • Storied French jeweller Van Cleef & Arpels used the majesty and might of Rome as the backdrop to its newest collection, underscoring our seemingly unending love affair with the most precious of pieces.
For life • A crop of established and emerging jewellers are putting their own spin on investment regalia that becomes more special with time.
Better together • For 20 years, the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative has paired promising creatives with luminaries in their field, opening up connections across genres, disciplines and borders. As one of the first protégés, Australian writer and director Julia Leigh is in a unique position to comment on its impact, as she tells Edwina McCann.
Through the looking glass • Lady Amelia and Lady Eliza Spencer, the twin nieces of Diana, Princess of Wales, welcome Vogue into their London lives before making a debut visit to Australia, as ambassadors for the Victoria Racing Club’s Melbourne Cup Carnival.
Tyler Mitchell • At just 28, Mitchell is one of the most influential fashion photographers today. With his work part of the National Gallery of Victoria’s epic Triennial next month, he shares his own creative stimuli.
Great minds • Opinions? Fran Lebowitz has a few. In advance of her next tour to Australia, Annie Brown settles in for an exclusive audience with the writer, critic and cultural figure.
Wise words • As we gear up for the third year of Vogue Australia’s Future Innovators program, celebrating the brightest young minds in tech, we check in with three alumnae on...