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Contributors • Four of the celebrated creatives responsible for contributing to this month's issue reflect on how a youthful spirit and the realm of sport inspired their vision.
Double take • Bold originality was the brief for this issue's cover shoot, which features two of our most iconic young stars, Troye Sivan and Lily-Rose Depp.
League above • The dynamism and ease of sports influences transfigure every part of a modern wardrobe with a focused, street-wise energy.
Code red • New creative director Maximilian Davis has brought a pulsing young energy to Ferragamo. Take the house red, now closer to the shade of fast cars and lipstick. Seen in the slick Wanda bag, it exemplifies his bold vision of elegance.
Renee and Gibson Fox • The local founders of label Daisy share their culture and fashion inspirations.
Living colour • As NAIDOC takes place this month with the theme For Our Elders, a continent-spanning project illustrates how ancient stories are finding brilliant new life at the potent nexus of art and fashion.
Face value • Cartier's Baignoire watch has more than a century of history, but its renewed relevance, and status as an investment piece, ticks onwards.
She's like a rainbow • A collaboration between stylist Catherine Baba and Lesleigh Jermanus of Alémais revealed a shared love of colourful expression and a deeper conversation about creativity.
We can be heroes • With their remarkable talent, determination, grit and passion, these young women are already winning medals, breaking records and pushing boundaries in female sport.
A different ball game • On the eve of one of the greatest sporting events ever hosted in Australia, football player Steph Catley and Optus Sport host Amy Duggan champion a new era of visibility for female sport.
Candid camera • Nan Goldin's seminal photographic work The Ballad Of Sexual Dependency has found a permanent home in Australia. HannahRose Yee charts the artist's enduring legacy.
Playing by ear • Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers always wanted to be musicians. But it wasn't until the friends formed their band Wet Leg that a string of popular singles, two Grammys and a tour with Harry Styles transpired.
Sky's the limit • Vogue Codes celebrates women breaking ground in the world of tech. As this year's campaign kicks into gear, we check in with two past participants who have recently taken their success global.
True story • Memoirs, biographies, essays and more. Here are the best non-fiction reads right now penned by A-list actors to feminist critics.
Stars align • It was love at first sight for Lily-Rose Depp and Troye Sivan when they met on the set of their headline-grabbing television series The Idol almost two years ago. The pair speak to Hannah-Rose Yee about friendship, fame and finding yourself.
Rich mix • Off the back of its Métiers d'art collection in Dakar, Chanel invites fashion to lose itself in the colour and layered influences of the vibrant city.
Fever pitch • As the Matildas get set for the tournament of their lifetime, four of the top players speak of their unbreakable bond and desire to turn the moment into greater momentum for women in sport, with the proud support of Nike.
The Wun and only • Robert Wun is on a roll. After nearly 10 years establishing his own label, his designs have become the go-to for razor-sharp...