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Harper's Bazaar Australia October 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

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4 min.
editor’s letter

ONE OF THE MOST compelling stories in recent sporting history is undoubtedly that of Michelle Payne winning the Melbourne Cup in 2015. Her ride on Prince of Penzance that day — and her searing belief she’d win (despite 100–1 odds) — not only changed public perception about the ability of female jockeys, but also highlighted how rife gender discrimination is in the industry. Who could forget that famous post-race interview, when Payne definitely snared the last word. “It’s such a chauvinistic sport, a lot of the owners wanted to kick me off,” she declared. “Everyone else can get stuffed [who] think women aren’t good enough.” Actor turned director Rachel Griffiths was at a friend’s barbecue that afternoon watching the whole thing unfold on TV and knew instantaneously she’d found the movie she’d…

2 min.
harper's bazaar

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 Features Director KIRSTIE CLEMENTS 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 Designers ALICE IERACE ONLINE HARPERSBAZAAR.COM.AU Digital Content Director SUSANNAH GUTHRIE Digital Managing Editor MAHALIA CHANG Digital Writer SUKRITI WAHI 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 BRENDON HILL Chief Marketing Officer PAUL WEAVING Chief Financial Officer ANDREW STEDWELL Executive General Manager SARAH-BELLE MURPHY Associate Publisher SHANE SUTTON Commercial Director, Australia PAUL GARDINER General Manager, Media Solutions JANE WATERHOUSE Marketing Director LOUISE CANKETT Senior Marketing Manager JILLIAN HOGAN Brand Manager SARAH WEBSTER General Manager, Subscriptions & E-Commerce SEAN McLINTOCK Senior…

3 min.
contributors

Carlotta Moye She has been a working photographer for 25 years, but Moye began her career as a fashion editor. “I booked and styled Kate Moss for her first paid modelling gig. It was for Dolly and we tried a cover shoot on her, but she got rejected. Then two years later she was the face of CK!” On page 140, she shoots beach beauty to accompany our A–Z of wellness — a guide to what’s new and surprising in health, fitness and beauty. I take care of myself by … “travelling to Thailand once a year to do an ultra cleanse. You don’t eat for seven days and spend the time doing everything good for your mind, body and soul.” Australian style is special because … “we make it look…

1 min.
harper's bazaar.com.au

HOMETOWN PRIDE Some of the best innovation in fashion is taking place in Australia. We identify the best brands to shop for the new season. WINE & DINE The up-and-coming cafes and restaurants to book for your next celebration, from scenic brunch spots to suave cocktail bars. FASHION FLASHBACK The big names reflect on the moments that changed their careers, the outfits they regret and the beauty looks they stand by. THE SKINNOVATORS Meet the players set to transform your routine, from prickly pear oil to facial massage and everything in between. SUMMER SAVIOURS We bring you the silhouettes, sandals and staples to stock up on for a warm-weather wardrobe update. CROWNING GLORY Our guide to the cast members, costumes and plot twists in The Crown so you’re all caught up when it returns in November. ARE YOU FOLLOWING US ON INSTAGRAM? Gain…

1 min.
teresa palmer

With an impressive accumulation of credits under her belt, Australian actor Teresa Palmer’s star has been on a steady ascent for the better part of a decade. Her latest role? Michelle Payne, the first female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup, in Rachel Griffiths’s Ride Like a Girl. On the red carpet, the ever-polished Palmer opts for a steady rotation of Dior, Prada and Chanel (“Chanel, I mean, it’s a no-brainer,” she quips). Her off-duty style, meanwhile, more closely aligns with her bohemian-inspired lifestyle, courtesy of brands such as Zimmermann, Free People and Dôen. Everything is approved by her friend and stylist, Annabelle Harron. “She’s been my best friend since I was 15, from little old Adelaide,” Palmer says. “Now she’s one of the top stylists in the industry, styling…

2 min.
my wish list jessica springsteen

STYLE My style is BOHEMIAN WITH AN EDGE, which is a nice contrast to my everyday riding uniform. I love what Maria Grazia Chiuri is doing with Dior. Her vision is so specific and STRONG YET FEMININE. Ralph Lauren has always been a favourite of mine for its beautiful heritage pieces and staple boots and blazers. I also love THE ROW.They seem to capture everything I’d ever want to wear while making it look effortless and chic simultaneously. My MOST-WORN PIECES are some of my mom [Patti Scialfa]’s vintage jackets, my ripped jean shorts, which I wear constantly, and simple black or white tank tops. On my A/W 2019 wish list is a LEATHER JACKET I can wear over dresses or with jeans. Because I’m constantly COMPETING AND RIDING, I don’t…