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.
DIABLO CODY ON THE POWER OF PERFORMANCE • The Oscar-winning screenwriter of Juno transformed Alanis Morissette’s iconic album Jagged Little Pill into a Broadway show. As the musical prepares for its Australian premiere, Cody writes about the way art moves you, whether live on stage or listening to a record in your childhood bedroom.
SEEING SHAPES • What was best-in-season for the arrival of autumn/winter ’21/’22? Stand-out shapes that redirected the eye to a plethora of new, and supremely wearable, silhouettes.
PATTERN PIECE • Bold prints speak of an artful eclecticism and appreciation for a creative spirit. With ever-growing eye-catching patterns on the runways, musician Maina Doe gives a masterclass in wearing them.
HOT FUZZ • Take the warm and woolie winter feeling outdoors in a pitch-perfect accessory that packs a (soft) visual punch.
REALITY CHECK • The pandemic changed the way we experience fashion – with virtual runway shows and clothes we’ll only ever wear online taking over. But, in real life, is there a future with clothes that don’t physically exist? Whitney Bauck investigates.
PURPLE REIGN • Hot on the heels of pink and green, powdery lilac has become an unlikely contender and a buoying presence in our winter wardrobes. Vogue editors detail how they’re wearing it.
JEAN GENIE • Nostalgia proves an instant mood enhancer in Nicolas Ghesquière’s80s influenced denim for Louis Vuitton replete with a floral motif mash up … like a mixtape of teen memories.
ROCK SOLID • Against a backdrop of uncertainty, and against the odds, oversized show-stopper gems are enjoying a moment. Tiffany & Co. draws on its pedigree to lead the way.
CASEY CADWALLADER • We ask fashion’s preeminent talents to mine their inspirations and curate their world through style. Mugler’s Casey Cadwallader, the American designer known for his architectural vision at the famously theatrical house, shares his.
SUNSHINE STATE • The pandemic forced designer Lucy Folk home from her inspiration-gathering travels. Now she’s finding rich bedrock in subtropical surrounds skirted by beach and bush.
LIGHT WORK • Two local creatives combine on a low-impact fashion project making future heirlooms, plus patchwork hits a green note and the latest in ethical fashion.
HEAVEN SENT • Astronomy has long been a powerful influence on design and Van Cleef & Arpels has been observing the poetry of the skies and constellations for more than 100 years. Its latest high jewellery collection, Sous les Étoiles, is a love affair with the ephemeral and scientific perception of the cosmos, writes Alison Veness.
MORAL FIBRE • Natural, biodegradable and sustainable, Australian merino wool is also one of the world’s most luxurious yarns. Cushla Chauhan discovers a clothing label with a deep respect for our homegrown fleece and in Tasmania, learns about the integrity of the farmers who produce it.
RETURN TO FORM • Vogue Living’s style editor at large, Joseph Gardner, divulges the home style cues to take now from the world of interiors. This time, it’s organic shapes that are a salve for winter blues.
TURN OF EVENTS • Coming out of Covid, long-time friends Susan Armstrong and Michelle Grey are seeking to entertain audiences showing an increasing appetite for intimate, bespoke, art-led events that fuse culture with creativity.