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.
VIRGINIA TRIOLI ON LIFE AFTER LOCKDOWN • As Melbourne slowly recovers from a shut-down period that lasted more than 100 consecutive days, journalist and radio presenter Virginia Trioli reflects on life-affirming moments with family and friends that otherwise would never have happened.
FACE THE SUN • Let a little sunshine in - the season has arrived after all. An array of summer-ready pieces in jubilant colours and skin-baring silhouettes blow away any cobwebs. Get set for days outdoors in dayglow brights, crafty prints and accessories that play up the fun factor. One sure thing? The sun will keep shining.
ALEXANDRA CARL • We ask fashion’s preeminent talents to curate their world through style. Danish fashion director, stylist and consultant Alexandra Carl reflects on the inspiration she can access from home, and the travel and experiences she treasures now more than ever.
LIFE’S A BEACH • Hit refresh on the humble beach bag. Tie dye and woven textures evoke sea and the sand, all with proportions big enough to throw a life into.
Spirited away • Romanced by the salons of St Petersburg’s Yusupov Palace, Max Mara’s Ian Griffiths delved into the gilded past of Russian aristocracy to create his vision for resort ’21.
WINNING PICKS • As racing season continues, albeit slightly altered, bet on the renewed taste for ladylike elegance that pervaded the runways. Here, Vogue editors’ picks of the best pieces to tap for instant poise.
JULIA CHALMERS • Head of her own fashion and lifestyle agency Lucky Chalm in LA, Australian export Julia Chalmers has been finding moments of light in the American lockdown. She shares her bright spots across books, art, music and more.
Living colour • There are the classics, and then there are works borne of pure artistry. In cocktail hues, the shimmering brights of these high jewellery pieces are shows of boundless creativity made to raise the pulse.
A life in form • Five decades after fashioning an iconic accessory, designer Elsa Peretti continues to make her mark on Tiffany & Co., and the world.
Heart’s desire • Talking desire, skin and sensuality, Pierre Hardy, creative director of Hermès high jewellery, shares his secret powers of seduction.
FR ESH FACES • Metals for summer is the new note for watches. Keep time in the best bracelet styles in gleaming metallics that step in for staple jewellery and dress up any outfit – clocked in, or clocked off.
Pure brilliance • Alessandro Michele wears rings on every finger. Nourished by antique jewellery, he’s inventing a new doctrine of being yourself. And for the past five years, Gucci’s artistic director has been transforming everything he touches into gold.
BRAVE OLD WORLD • Classical art laid the groundwork for new Australian sustainable jewellery label, LeJeune, with each of its pieces filtered through paintings of centuries past to create future heirlooms.
GOLD STANDARD • For these local labels, sustainability lies at the core of jewellery design, with pieces created as much to make an impact as to last.
The most wonderful time of the year • Festive-season films always bring comfort and joy and this year we’re craving upbeat escapism more than ever. Hannah-Rose Yee talks to the stars of the Christmas romcom Happiest Season about why their movie is the ultimate end-of-2020 watch.
Reflections of grandeur • Artist...