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TURN THE TIDE • Models Charlee Fraser and Fernanda Ly return to this issue after their shared April 2018 cover made an impact for its celebration of diversity.
HANDLER WITH CARE • Touring Australia this month with her Life Will Be the Death of Me stand-up show, American comedian, actress and activist Chelsea Handler shares how finally surrendering to therapy helped her acknowledge past pains and exorcise her long-held anger.
TAKE THE LEAD • The racing season has begun and so too a new season abounding with a heightened sense of occasion and an all-out embrace of opulence. The focus is reset on hyper-femininity as elevated silhouettes step back into frame. Add rich details for an unapologetic assertion of womanly style nous. All bets are off.
UP TO THE NECK • In a fashion world feeling more comfortable with overt shows of femininity, the pussybow blouse remains a symbol of soft power. Just don’t underestimate its wearer. By Alice Birrell.
TOP HATTER • Racing season can be a mire of style choices, but the way is clear with a few simple lessons in millinery from Stephen Jones.
SWEET NOTHINGS • Miu Miu’s whisper-thin tunic speaks softly, but its impact reads loud and clear: feminine flou can be the most assertive of statements, especially when signed off with a jet-black bow.
BIRDS OF PARADISE • Over-the-top? Absolutely. Light-as-air feather plumage delicately defies (or revives) tried and tired silhouettes with equal parts charm and humour. Adorn in excess.
FLASH DRIVE • The decidedly decorative plays trumps this season. Proof is in all-out, tricked-up trinkets, old-world ornaments and footwear that looks plucked from fantasy.
THE GRADUATE • Growing up, Yerin Ha never saw anyone like her on the stage or the screen. So, naturally, the 21-year-old budding actress has set out to conquer both. By Jen Nurick.
REVOLUTION, BABY • Tommy Hilfiger’s new environmentally friendly denim strategy is an ambitious game-changer, writes Clare Press.
PURE VISION • An easy, breezy style philosophy is front of mind at Matteau, the swimwear brainchild of two sisters who have fresh sights on resort wear.
FUTURE FACES • They’re a roster of new names, and they’re on the brink. Get to know the Australian models set to define the look of the new, seen here in Vogue’s edit of unapologetically youthful pieces from Burberry’s autumn/winter ’19/’20 collection.
SPRING TO ATTENTION • It’s time to take a bold approach this season – let accessories from Mimco’s latest collection add a jolt of colour and drama.
JOSEPH GARDNER • We ask creative talent to mine their inspirations and curate their world through style. Joseph Gardner, Vogue Living’s style editor, shares his.
MOUNTAIN HIGH • With a background in ready-to-wear at Jil Sander and Céline, Veronica Leoni is bringing flair to her new role as creative director of womenswear brand Moncler 1952.
THANDI PHOENIX • As she takes the stage in Melbourne and Sydney for one of the biggest dates in the Australian fashion calendar – Vogue American Express Fashion’s Night Out – get to know the influences behind the danceable, electric sound of Australian singer-songwriter Thandi Phoenix.
URBAN OUTFITS • Sustainable shopping is more accessible than ever with the City of Sydney’s urban guide to local hubs....