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Harper's Bazaar Australia

June/July 2019

Harper’s BAZAAR is the style resource for women who are the first to buy the best, from casual to couture. With style, authority and insider insight, BAZAAR focuses on luxury fashion and beauty, and covers what’s new to what and who’s next. Month after month, Harper’s BAZAAR showcases the world’s most visionary stylists and talented designers to deliver readers a visually stunning portrayal of the world of fashion and beauty.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Bauer Media Pty Ltd
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6 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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editor’s letter

The editor in the saddle with Elsa Pataky. RECENTLY, Bauer Media Group, the publisher of this magazine, hosted a luxury summit to present a trend forecast to the brands that work with us, to outline where we believe luxury is going. Once upon a time, it was straightforward. If you wanted to announce you’d ‘made’ it, you’d buy a vintage Porsche roadster, place your name on the waitlist for a Birkin or treat yourself to a Rolex.For some people, this thinking still happily applies. Personally speaking, splurging on a luxury bag and knowing the craftsmanship it took to create it justifies the dollars. But for a younger generation — millennials and even centennials (those born after 2000) — as well as buying products, they’re big into signifying status through…

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harper's bazaar australia

EUGENIE KELLY Editor-in-Chief Creative Director HUW REYNOLDS Fashion Director NAOMI SMITH Beauty & Wellness Director JANNA JOHNSON O’TOOLE FASHION Fashion Editor CAROLINE TRAN Market Editor SAMANTHA WONG Fashion Assistant NICHHIA WIPPELL FEATURES Fashion Features Director GRACE O’NEILL Culture Director ELLE McCLURE Beauty Writer KATE LANCASTER Beauty & Features Assistant CHRISTOPHER XI COPY Copy Director TOM LAZARUS Copy Editor ALEXANDRA ENGLISH ART Art Editor MICHELLE JACKSON Contributing Designer ALICE IERACE ONLINE HARPERSBAZAAR.COM.AU Digital Content Director SUSANNAH GUTHRIE Digital Managing Editor MAHALIA CHANG Senior Editorial Co-ordinator KATE SULLIVAN CONTRIBUTORS Motoring KATARINA KROSLAKOVA Fashion Editor-at-Large KARLA CLARKE US Contributing Fashion Editor ILONA HAMER European Editor DIVYA BALA Paris DANA THOMAS BAUER MEDIA GROUP Chief Executive Officer PAUL DYKZEUL Chief Marketing Officer PAUL WEAVING Chief Financial Officer ANDREW STEDWELL General Manager, Publishing & Digital…

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contributors

Anna Mila The Berlin-born model has worked in every major city there is, so we whisked her away to hike the trails of New Zealand’s inimitable South Island. As the sun set against tussocked mountains around Lake Hāwea, our winter knits and coats shoot (page 92) became something more magical. Luxury in 2019 means … “no more wars, no more terror. Personally, it means spending time with my friends and family.” My favourite holiday destination is … “I’m usually travelling alone for work, so I don’t care where I go as long as I travel with the people I love.” The world needs more … “consciousness of saving the environment and lessening our plastic waste”. Rachel Lees “In the travel sector, off-the-beaten-path experiences that offer a deeper look…

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harper’sbazaar.com.au

WINTER SKIN SAVIOURSCold weather needn’t mean dry, dull skin. Update your routine with our fast fixes and skincare swaps. Alberta Ferretti A/W 2019. THE DIET DEBATEIntermittent fasting,‘lazy keto’ and the multivitamin mystery — we answer every dieting conundrum. Elsa Hosk. GET IT TO GOJetsetters, take note: we’ve unpacked the perfect capsule travel wardrobe for any and all winter escapes. Brigitte Bardot and then husband Gunter Sachs in 1967. WARDROBE WAKE-UPFrom covetable coats to boots to splash on (and in), everything you need to get winter-ready. Copenhagen fashion week. IN THE BAGUltra-tiny or oversized, statement or subtle, we’ve found your next accessory obsession. Paris fashion week. SOMETHING NEW, SOMETHING BORROWED ...Hidden ribbons and painted undersoles not your speed? Find 12 nontraditional ways to incorporate your…

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elsa pataky

At first glance, the Spanish-born, Aussie-based actor is the poster child for Byron Bay earth mamas and their fantasy family lifestyles. You know: radiantly pretty, provoking serious Instagram envy with their nutmeg tans, sinewy yoga-toned limbs, blonde wavy hair and tribe of adorable kids. However, Pataky boasts a serious point of difference: a CV crammed with Spanish TV series, European films, Hollywood blockbusters and Netflix hits, for starters. A movie-star husband. And an encyclopedic knowledge of health and fitness — which is how she got those enviable abs. On the red carpet, beauty-wise she opts for powerful but pared back. Illuminating primers to give that complexion perfection extra glow. A swirl of bronzer on cheekbones and temples to accentuate her natural colouring. Brown shadow swept across lids. A natural…

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perfect day

4.00AM I live in San Francisco, where our house is right by the ocean. Early mornings are the best time for me to get work done, so I always start with a coffee downstairs and work until my daughter, Alea, wakes up. 7.00AM I get back into bed with Alea and we talk about the day ahead. We have a tiny ritual of starting each day by saying, “It’s going to be a great day!” 7:30AM I keep my morning routine quick — I’ll wash my face with Tatcha The Deep Cleanse, apply The Essence and then The Water Cream. I love The Silk Canvas Protective Primer — it softens and blurs my complexion so I don’t need to bother with foundation. To finish, I’ll add The Pearl concealer…

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